Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

“Murder at the Museum” | February 20, 2021 | 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Events & Holidays
Dietary considerations MUST be made at time of reservations.


THEME:  The world renowned Museum of Classic Art in New York City is hosting a private auction conducted by art auctioneer Niles Morgan of Christy’s. Receiving the top billing for the evening’s events is a 1962 painting by Pablo Picasso, titled “Tete de cheval” which once was stolen from the Seedamm-Kulturzentrum Cultural Center in Zurich, Switzerland. The Sprengel Museum in Hannover, Germany, has placed this painting up for auction to raise funds for the expansion of its building. This Picasso painting was recovered from Serbia in 2011 and is worth approximately $2.5 million. Tonight, art collectors from all around the world will be bidding for the famed painting of the horse’s head, as well as several other minor paintings. Some of Picasso’s works have been auctioned for as high as $90 to $100 million dollars! Estimates from Southeby’s and Christy’s predict that “Tete de cheval” will be sold as high as $15 to $20 million! 

Reservations and Cancellation Policies

Reservations required.  Reservations must be cancelled at least 24 hours before the time of the activity. Guests will be charged the full cost of the activity if cancellation occurs within 24 hours of the start of the activity.


$79* per person
* Gratuity, tax and Historic Preservation Fund are additional.


Dress Code

Resort attire is required (collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts). This event will enjoy an upscale and inviting environment. If denim is your attire preference, well-kept denim in a dark shade is ours. Men’s hats and baseball caps are not permitted.


Event is open to both Registered Overnight Guests and Day Guests.

COVID-19 Guidelines

All COVID-19 guidelines will be followed for this event, including capacity limits for the venue. Tables will be spaced properly for social distancing, and seating will be preassigned to assure protocols are followed. Reservations will be seated one at a time upon arrival at the venue entrance, and guests will be required to wear masks when not eating or drinking. Entertainers will also be wearing masks. The performance will not include singing, and the entertainers will remain on stage throughout the show. Please respect the rights of other guests and maintain proper distancing at all times.