Murder mystery at Brambleberry 

Includes overnight accommodation, hosted murder mystery game and breakfast. You may purchase dinner at the inn for an extra charge. Consult with the innkeeper on menu. Wine and beer are also available for purchase until 9 p.m.

10 guests: $950

8 guests: $850

6 guests: $750

Prices include sales tax.

Murder mysteries are held only during the winter season. Here are the 2018 available dates:

March 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24

Here are the murder mysteries you can choose from:

Death Bemoans Her (10 characters)
Murder Most Green (7 characters)
Death in them thar hills (9 characters)
Evil Never Dies (6 characters)
Lurking Down the Bunny Trail (6 characters)
Death is a Cabernet Ol’ Chum (8 characters)
Gobble, Gobble, Death and Trouble (6 characters)
Love Writes a Deadly Verse (9 characters)
Death Plays a Role (6 characters)
Medieval Murder Mystery (11 characters)
I Saw Mommy Killing Santa Claus (6 characters)

Everyone loves a mystery. Amateur sleuths, these weekends are for you! If you like Agatha Christie or Hercule Poirot, here’s a chance to engage your own detective skills.

Get your friends together for a private murder mystery at Brambleberry Winery. Overnight stays are required to participate with a minimum of three rooms. We have murder mysteries designed for between 6 and 11 characters. Extra guests without an acting part may serve as investigators.

Murder mysteries must be booked a minimum of two weeks in advance so we can get character information sent to participants.

You may choose one menu for the evening’s dinner, which is not included in the murder mystery package price. Prices range from $20 to $45 per person, depending on the menu chosen. (Lasagna, pork, meatball, chicken or beef dinner.) Consult with Sherry about the dinner choices. Wine and beer may be purchased with the meal. Price does not include tax.

You could also choose to do your murder mystery with breakfast.

Our murder mysteries are written by a professional writer. Additional investigators can be added.

You do not need to go a lot of expense preparing a costume, but it will certainly add to the experience. Check out your closet for clothes that fit the part and add one or two props. We can help with suggestions.

Once you select a character, we will send you information about your part, which you should not share with anyone else — even your partner! We expect the mystery dinner evenings to take about 3 hours.

Remember, anything you say can be used in a court of law against you!

Blog Posts

Death Plays a Role – Murder Mystery Event

Eileen Sullivan, the Irish actress whose fame extends to both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, was the star attraction at the Killarney Lake Theatre last night in the premiere performance of Pader O’Connor’s new play, Death Be Not Pretentious. O’Connor, for reasons known but to himself, had not authored a play for two decades. This […]

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Lurking Down the Bunny Trail – Murder Mystery Event

For 20 years, Benson’s Big Beautiful Bunny Boutique has been the premier breeder of rabbits for springtime holidays. Owner Barney Benson built an operation that prides itself in the quality cottontails it provides both to local pet stores and to the public. Benson is renowned for the innovative techniques he uses that have revolutionized rabbit […]

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Murder Most Green – Murder Mystery Event

Who killed Patrick Flaherty? The plot: Flaherty’s True Green Plant Nursery has been serving the City of Blarney for 100 years when Pader Flaherty arrived in town and built a greenhouse to grow plants which were popular in his native Ireland. Through the years, operations expanded and, 10 years ago, Pader’s grandson Patrick became majority […]

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Death Bemoans Her – Murder Mystery Event

Who killed Madame Magda? The plot: It’s the quarterly meeting of the Gazillionaire Girls Group, an exclusive club whose membership is comprised of successful women – all of whom made it big without relying upon the other gender. The hostess for this unique gathering is Bertha Brothert, the entertainment guru whose upscale line of products […]

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Evil Never Dies – Murder Mystery Event

He was called Evil-Eyed Emil. When he looked at people with his infamous right eye, so the story went, bad things invariably happened. Townspeople cringed and covered their faces as Emil came near, not daring to look directly into his ominous orb. And, as he was being driven out of Reaper Junction on Halloween night […]

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