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Death of the Pharaoh

Murder Mystery fun for families

The great Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Cheops lies dead following a gruesome murder. Investigate the crime scene and explore the spooky galleries of Canterbury Heritage Museum after closing time in a search for clues to discover whodunnit!

Your mission: to complete challenges, gather clues, solve the crime and escape the building… or be encased forever by the Dark Lord!

Activities include an Ancient Egyptian artifacts identification game, Pyramid building, deciphering hieroglyphics, and a Rattle down the mummies skittle challenge.

Death of a Pharaoh takes place at Canterbury Heritage Museum, Stour Street on Saturday 12 May. The event is for children age 7 plus and their families.

Please book in advance on 01227 475 202. Admission is £5 per child. Accompanying adults free. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Sessions last one hour with start times between 6pm and 8pm.

Media contact: Martin Crowther, tel 01227 475 204.

E-mail martin.crowther@canterbury.gov.uk



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