Old West Murder Mystery
- Diamond Class Ticket Ages 21+
- Platinum Adult Ticket Ages 13+
Welcome to the wild west!
Saddle up, partner, because we’ve got a Wild West Murder Mystery event that’ll make even the toughest cowboy shake in their boots! Join us on February 24 and 25 for a thrilling ride on the historic train from Hobbs Station to Atlanta, IN. We’re transporting you back to the era of cowboys and outlaws, where danger lurks around every corner.
As you board the train, the excitement in the air is palpable. The scenery whizzes by as you make your way to the destination, clueless about the shocking crime that lies ahead. Once you arrive in Atlanta, hold on tight because things are about to get mysterious. With a delectable dinner, live music, and a cast of intriguing characters, you’ll be fully immersed in the world of murder and mayhem. Put your detective skills to the test as you question suspects, uncover clues, and try to crack the case.
But be warned, partner, the tension will keep on rising until the very end. Will you be the one to solve the crime, or will the killer slip away into the night? Only time will tell.
So, grab your tickets and prepare for an unforgettable evening of mystery, suspense, and a dash of Wild West nostalgia. It’s a ride you won’t want to miss, pardner!
What to expect
Our murder mystery includes a train ride to and from the event venue, a delicious dinner at the venue, live music and entertainment. Dress in your wildest west costume as prizes will be awarded for the best dressed each night. This event typically last about 3 1/2 hours. Included in your ticket is a buffet style dinner, train ride to and from the venue, and an evening of entertainment.
Duke Dining Car: Our dining car offers social, 4-top booth seating. Individual tickets are sold as part of a 4-top. Taller or larger passengers should purchase table numbers 11 and up for maximum comfort.
Reporter Lounge: Offers social, 4-top table and chair seating. Seating in this car are arranged with tables and chairs similar to a restaurant. The chairs pull out from the table to allow more space for larger and taller passengers.