It's time to unleash your inner Sherlock because a murder has taken place in Toronto and it's up to you to solve it! You'll need to use your finest sleuthing skills to get to the bottom of this mystery. You can experience the ROM in a new way as you search for clues to solve the case. Toronto ROM's mystery scavenger hunt lets you and your friends live out your detective dreams.

Grab your magnifying glass and notebook, because it's time to figure out whodunnit at the ROM.

Urban Capers is hosting a mystery-themed scavenger hunt at the museum, and you can search for clues to solve the murder.

The experience will be taking place on February 17, 2020, with several more dates available throughout March and April. The February 16 date is already sold out.

In a team of three to six people, you need to figure out who murdered a museum curator by collecting clues and secrets throughout the museum. 

There are multiple suspects, and you and your team must narrow it down to who you think the real killer is.

The event takes two and a half hours to complete, so you and your comrades will have to use your skills to get to the bottom of the crime before time is up.

The winner receives a golden magnifying glass that would make Sherlock jealous.

Tickets are $44.99 per person plus HST and include admission to the ROM so you can explore it afterwards*.

This month, you can also attend one of the museum's new After Dark parties

This after-hours event will take place on Valentine's Day, and will include live music, boozy drinks, and more.

Another exciting feature coming soon to the ROM is the Winnie The Pooh exhibit.

This installation is opening up in March, and you can wander through a nostalgic world dedicated to our favourite teddy bear.

Call up all your Watson-worthy friends and see if you can solve this chilling crime.

Murder At The ROM

Price: $44.99 per person plus HST

When: Various dates

Address: 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Use your detective skills to get to solve this murder mystery at the museum.

*This article has been updated.