The Next Murder Mystery Dinner will be held Sept. 18th starting at 6pm.
“A Reason to Kill” Murder Mystery Dinner is set for Saturday, September 18. (Rescheduled from September 4)
Set in 1929 on Sept. 18, you have all gathered to observe the memory of Mr. Gaslight in his beautiful mansion. Tonight is the reading of the will and everyone who is hoping and expecting for a piece of the pie is in attendance.
Just when everyone is settling in for the meal, there is a commotion. The bodyguard has just stumbled in and collapsed on the floor. They’ve been stabbed! Someone here is a murderer.
So, get your tickets, come dressed in your favorite roaring 20’s attire (very optional) and have some fun with this whodunnit. Dinner will be provided by Chef John Novak, owner of ETX Catering.
Tickets are $40 per person and are purchased in advance (credit, debit, money order, check and cash accepted).
The Murder Mystery Dinners are hosted quarterly and take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Each dinner is catered from various Tyler restaurants.
For more information about upcoming Murder Mystery Dinners and other events, check out the Goodman Museum Calendar of Events.
The Goodman LeGrand home was originally built in 1859 as a one-story, four-room house, and established on a nine-acre wooded parcel of land. In 1940, Sallie Goodman donated the home to the City of Tyler with instructions to maintain it as a museum. A Texas Historic Landmark since 1964, the well-manicured grounds cover almost an entire city block. It was the first property in Smith County listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2010, it was designated a Historic Site by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).