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Murder Mystery River Cruise With 3-Course Dinner

London Murder Mystery Cruise With 3-Course Dinner
Where? Tower Millennium Pier, Lower Thames Street (next to Tower of London) When? Usually the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month Boat boards at 7.30 PM; Departs at 7.45 PM Running time? 3 hours Price? From £99 (not suitable for children aged under 13) Parking: Nearby car parks Buses: 15 Bus fares Trains: The closest station is Tower Hill Circle District Other nearby stations: Tower Gateway Train fares

After joining the boat at Tower Millennium Pier (next to the Tower of London) you'll be welcomed onboard with a glass of sparkling wine or a soft drink.

The boat will then sail serenely down the Thames past iconic London landmarks like Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe, Cleopatra's Needle, the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

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Solve an exciting murder mystery case!

Once the boat is underway you'll find that it's not all plain sailing... because you'll suddenly find yourself immersed in the middle of a riveting murder mystery.

If you prefer to just sit back and watch the show then that's fine, but to get the most out of the experience you should turn detective and piece together the clues as they're slowly revealed by the onboard actors.

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As the scenes play out around you the plot will thicken. Will you be able to see through the red herrings and focus on the genuine clues? But keep your wits about you... because not all of the passengers are who they claim to be!

In true Agatha Christie-style, the big finale will see all of the suspects gathered together and questioned one by one until the culprit is exposed.

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3-course dinner menu: Starter, Main & Dessert

A typical menu for the 3-course dinner might include a Scottish smoked salmon mousse for starter, served with king prawns and a mixed leaf salad. That will be followed by a main course of roasted supreme of chicken wrapped in Parma ham with mushrooms, vegetables, dauphinois potatos and red wine sauce.

A typical vegetarian option might be feta and roast butternut squash with a black olive and green bean salad for starter, followed by a lasagne of artichokes, mixed mushrooms and goats cheese.

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For dessert you can enjoy a white, dark or milk chocolate truffle cake, served with raspberry coulis (menu is subject to change).

Additional alcoholic and soft drinks will be available to buy from the onboard bar.

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