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Murder at the Railroad
August 10, 2018 - August 11, 2018
…And you’re part of the show!
7:00PM Fridays & Saturdays July 27-August 25
WELCOME TO the year 1880! You are cordially invited to toast the joyful union of Lucky James Dandy, silver tycoon to the famous Italian opera star Elenora Serenelli. But marital bliss may have a tiny hiccup when dangerous liaisons, thievery and murder are afoot!
“MURDER AT THE RAILROAD” is a wild west “who dun it” taking place outside (rain or shine) at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado. Not your typical theater – here the audience moves within the story as it unfolds and are immersed into the plot line! Come in Costume for added fun – Wild West, Steampunk, Westworld! Need Ideas? Click Here!
9 shows total, Friday & Saturday evenings only. Arrival by 7 PM.
General Admission : $45 Adult, $30 Under 21.
Each ticket includes the performance and something to wet your whistle (2 drinks). Your choice of water, soft drink or beer (21+ only) Food truck on premises.
VIP Experience: $65
How About a Cameo Role? Always wanted to try acting or maybe embarrass an unsuspecting friend? You can enhance your experience with a VIP ticket which allows a cameo role in the production! You will receive a separate confirmation email with details and instructions. $65.
Have a great costume or just want to remember your Murder at the Railroad experience? Let our professional photographer capture you and up to 10 of your friends in an 8×10 commemorative photo in the one-of-a-kind backdrop of the railroad museum! $20 online only – More expensive to buy at the show ($50 for a digital file)
Food & Drink: Each ticket comes with 2 drink tokens for water, soda or beer (21+ with ID). Food does NOT come with your ticket but is available on site. Please look here for a calendar of food trucks: http://www.madameztravelingmysteryshow.com/food-truck-schedule
Please note, absolutely NO weapons (toy or otherwise) permitted on Museum property. The Traveling Mystery Show nor the Colorado Railroad Museum are not liable for lost or damaged gadgets brought to our site.