On television, criminal investigators are slick and relentless, which explains why most kids want to grow up to be cops, actors, or a pair of sunglasses. Shine like a snooping star with this Groupon.
$15 for Admission for One (Up to $31.50 Value)
At CSI: The Experience, novice gumshoes hunt for clues and interrogate suspects as they investigate three murders. The exhibit is open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., with the last entry at 8 p.m. Each experience runs 60–90 minutes.
CSI: The Experience
At one lab station, an interim investigator carefully examines bullet casings. At another, single strands of hair deliver the DNA samples necessary to send a suspect to imaginary prison for a long, long time. Around every shadowy corner of CSI: The Experience, the latest recruits in forensic science slide into the latex gloves or behind the majestic mustaches of popular TV characters to solve crimes through interactive detective work.
A total of 15 lab stations harbor the evidence of three murders, each of which throws multiple suspects into the mix to trip up investigations. Videos featuring cast members and real-life scientists provide guidance throughout analyses, and afterward, newly established sleuths receive certification by prying an official CSI: The Experience diploma from the cold, lifeless hands of their email inbox.
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“Fun !! And out of the major heat of the day!!”
“This was a really fun activity. There are three different cases you can solve; my deal gave me two of them. I would have been happy solving all three and I also...”
“This was a really fun activity. There are three different cases you can solve; my deal gave me two of them. I would have been happy solving all three and I also would've been happy doing just one - it's just about how much time you want to spend at the exhibit. If you have plenty of time, think about solving all three cases because each one is different enough to give you different activities to do. Really young children might be a little disturbed by some of the graphic imagery but kids who are around 10 older would almost certainly have a good time.”