Becoming A Scotland Yard Detective
Become a scientific detective and learn the secrets to solving a murder case with a real Scotland Yard detective: take finger prints, analyze foot prints and even (fake) blood sampling!
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be working for Scotland Yard?
Our Becoming A Scotland Yard Detective hands-on activity is the best way to learn all about the world of detectives and crime solving. And to become a real detective, and you and your family will have 2 hours to solve a case…
A crime has been committed somewhere in London. Your family has been called to solve the case using all the forensic techniques known today. All you can see is a (fake) skeleton lying in a room. Will you be able to gather enough hidden evidence and solve the case in time?
To help you with this investigation is a real life Scotland Yard detective. She will give you all the advice and knowledge you need to find out who the killer really is. With her help, find the invisible evidence left by the murderer and solve the case. To do just that, dress up in special investigation clothes and use modern forensic techniques such as shoe- and finger-printing, magnifying glasses, (fake) blood tests, and much more.
Becoming A Scotland Yard Detective is as interesting as it is fun. Learning about the different techniques used by the police and detectives in real life situations is educative, while the hands-on experience of solving a case while the clock is ticking will get everyone entertained.
Enough said… It’s time for you and your children to enjoy Becoming A Scotland Yard Detective and take a step into the intriguing world of detectives and Scotland Yard. Elementary, my dear Watson!
- A fun-filled investigation in a private area
- A real life Scotland Yard detective to help solve the case
- Shoe and finger printing, fake blood tests and other scientific investigation techniques
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||2 hours|
|Minimum age||6 years|
|What is included:||
– A privatized fake crime scene area
– A real Scotland Yard detective to help you solve the crime