Think and Drink With the Extinct at CMNH Is Such Fun It Should Be Illegal

Wed 3/21 @ 5PM

Think and Drink With the Extinct Wednesdays are mid-week evening at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History where, in a fun atmosphere among the dinosaur bones, dioramas and astronomical setups, visitors partake of beer, wine and a possible meal at the new restaurant Exploration. But each one has a different theme, and the one this time is murder.

Literally, clues to an interactive murder mystery will be scattered throughout the exhibits. Plus, for the evening, the Cleveland Police Museum has partnered with the CMNH with displays on actual historic CSI techniques, with references to Cleveland’s infamous Torso Killer murders and other past applications of science to crime-solving. Or coming up with answers to party whodunits like this one.

(Maybe the Butler Institute of American Art did it, as it sits all jealous over there near Youngstown).

Admission is $8, or free for museum members.


[Written by Charles Cassady]



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