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Midnight Museum Mystery Games

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Is your inner super sleuth itching to come out? Are deciphering cryptic messages, discovering hidden clues and figuring what they’re pointing to one of your many talents? Or do you just want to participate in a fun alternative museum experience? Then take on the challenge presented by the three mystery games exclusively designed for Ayala Museum’s Midnight Museum event on October 30, 2015.

 

THE MIDNIGHT MUSEUM MYSTERY GAMES

Gone Gold | Gold of Ancestors exhibition, 4th Floor

The Midnight Museum director has hired a group of private investigators and paranormal experts to look for a missing funerary mask from its gold collection that was lost in transit. Consequently, five of her staff members have also mysteriously disappeared, leading her to believe that the original owner of the mask has cursed the museum for losing the artifact.

Objective: Retrieve the mask and hopefully find the missing museum staff alive and well.

SLOTS STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES

  • 10:00 – 10:30 PM 1 SLOT LEFT!
  • 10:30 – 11:00 PM 1 SLOT LEFT!
  • 11:00 – 11:30 PM FULL!
  • 11:30 – 12:00 AM FULL!

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A Dream Juan Night | From Citadel to City exhibition, 3rd Floor

Diego is a freelance cartographer/antique collector who has invited art historians, professors, curators etc. to his home/shop to seek help in figuring out why he is having recurrent dreams of Juan Luna trying to tell him something from the afterlife.

Objective: Figure out what Juan Luna is trying to say to Diego.

SLOTS STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES

  • 10:00 – 10:30 PM FULL!
  • 10:30 – 11:00 PM SLOT LEFT!
  • 11:00 – 11:30 PM 1 SLOT LEFT!
  • 11:30 – 12:00 AM FULL!

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Traitor Among Us

Andres Bonifacio received the unfortunate news that one of their most secret hideouts was raided by the Spaniards, leading him to think that there is a collaborator among his trusted men. He asks members of the Katipunan to gather some information for him to determine who the culprit is.

Objective: Provide Andres Bonifacio with three clues that will determine the identity of the collaborator.

SLOTS STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULES

  • 10:00 – 10:30 PM FULL!
  • 10:30 – 11:00 PM 1 SLOT LEFT!
  • 11:00 – 11:30 PM FULL!
  • 11:30 – 12:00 AM FULL!

 

HOW TO JOIN

  1. The Midnight Museum mystery games are open to everyone ages 13 and above.
  2. Participants must purchase a ticket to Midnight Museum to be able to join ONE game for free. However, registration is required as slots are limited to a maximum of 12 individuals per game, mixed group (you will be joining other groups or individuals who signed up for that schedule).
  3. Ticket purchase and mystery game registration are at the Ayala Museum counter from October 21 – 29 (Wednesday to Sunday, Tuesday to Thursday, from 9AM to 6PM) to October 30 (Friday, 9AM to 8PM), or until slots last. For bank/online deposits, please call 759 82 88 local 35 for details.
  4. After successfully registering, your ticket will be validated by an Ayala Museum representative, indicating your chosen mystery game and time slot.
  5. On October 30, 2015, please be at the Ayala Museum ground floor lobby ten minutes before your scheduled game or earlier. Assigned game aides will assemble all players and do the briefing exactly ten minutes before each game.
  6. Registrants will need to present their validated tickets to the game aide to continue.
  7. Groups are tasked to solve the mysteries in 30 minutes or less. All games will run between 10 PM to 12 MN.
  8. The group who achieves either the fastest time per mystery game or deemed to have been closest to solving the mystery will be given prizes during the awarding ceremony at the Ayala Museum ground floor lobby at 12 MN.
  9. Winners who are unable to stay for the awarding ceremony will be notified by Ayala Museum representatives and may claim during regular museum hours.

Click here to learn more about the rest of the scheduled activities during Midnight Museum!

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