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Join us for one of our popular Murder Mystery evenings!There's been a murder in the sleepy little Cornish village of Morlington Hill during the 1940s and the Police have drawn a blank on apprehending the villain! We're calling on you to sleuth it out and find the murderer over a few drinks and supper on board one of our heritage trains!
Performed by a regular group of professional actors including: Abi Harris, Radley Mason and Max Day you can come along to try your hand at solving a murder, it is up to you to find out whodunnit, you might even win a prize!
The evening starts at Tunbridge Wells West Station with a briefing at 18:15 sharp, then we transfer to our train where the story gets more interesting as the night draws in. On our way out of Tunbridge Wells West enjoy a Fish and Chip supper as you travel through the High Weald countryside to Eridge. Upon arrival at our country station more of the story will unfold and you will need to be on the platform not to miss the action, your train will return to Tunbridge Wells West and another trip to Eridge to follow, giving you time to come up with who you think may have committed the dastardly deed! Our Bar car "Kate" selling alcoholic beverages including beers, ciders, lagers, wines and soft drinks will be open throughout the evening.
The evening finishes back at Tunbridge Wells West in our shed when all will become clear. These evenings are great fun in groups so why not get a party together for this unique evening?
Every performance of the Morlington Mysteries is different, they are scripted each time to be a different storyline so even if you did every one of the year they'd be different each time!
Your tickets are valid for train travel all day so if you wanted to come for a train ride earlier in the day, you might need to sit in another part of a train to what is shown on your tickets as we do have other experiences, you'd be more than welcome to!
Menu choices (one option per person):
If you have any special dietary requirements we must be made aware at the time of booking, menu options must be chosen during the booking process which does include a vegetarian option. It is impossible for us to alter the menu on the evening. We unfortunately cannot cater for vegan dietary requirements on this experience due to the supplier.
Please arrive by 18:15 to start before the train departs at 19:00. You will arrive back at Tunbridge Wells West at approximately 21:45.
We regret that due to the nature of the 1960s carriages we cannot accommodate wheelchair users on these dining experiences.
Terms & Conditions for all dining trains can be found by clicking this link
18:15 Sold Out
Advance booking is essential to ride on our Murder Mystery Fish & Chip trains.
Please note that smaller parties may need to share a table, due to the small amount of tables for 2 available on our train services.
On the day of your visit you MUST have your eTickets available to show either in a print out or on a mobile device, both will be checked visually by a member of staff before boarding the train.
Note that a £10 admin fee applies to all booking alterations.
Click here to view our refund, cancellation and alterations policy
We regret that there can be no refund or transfer to a future date for ‘no show’ customers. The Spa Valley Railway still incurs charges for its services which must be paid to our suppliers. We recommend taking out a form of insurance to protect yourself if necessary. To re-book you will be required to pay the full fare again.
If you have any special dietary requirements we must be made aware at the time of booking, menu options must be chosen during the booking process which does include a vegetarian option. It is impossible for us to alter the menu on the evening. We unfortunately cannot cater for vegan dietary requirements on this experience due to the supplie
FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAN BE FOUND VIA THIS LINK