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Murder on the Wine Train Express

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You’ve probably been to a murder mystery party, but what about a murder mystery party on a train cruising through Napa Valley? We highly recommend it. It’s 1915, and Napa Valley is a new and exciting place that enjoys visits from silent film stars looking to escape the busy streets of San Francisco. Dress in your finest old school attire and head to Napa to sip wine, enjoy a gourmet meal and solve a murder. Murder on the Wine Train Express is sure to leave you guessing.

If You Go:

August 15, 5:30 p.m.

Tickets: $170

Napa Valley Wine Train (Napa)

800.427.4124, winetrain.com

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