A historic site near Toronto is transforming into a Sherlock Holmes mystery village
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Now that March is officially underway it can only mean one thing: March Break will be here before you know it.
This year, if you’re planning on sticking around the city, a visit to Black Creek Pioneer Village, in North York, definitely needs to be in order.
But don’t expect your typical visit, this month visitors will be required to solve a mystery alongside the world’s greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes.
Starting on March 12, Black Creer Pioneer Village will be transformed into the world of Sherlock Holmes, and visitors are required to help Sherlock and Watson hunt for clues and question suspects.
Visiting super sleuths will be tasked with solving the case of the missing crown jewels and returning them to their rightful owner.
Once you’re done helping Sherlock catch the culprits, there are plenty of other activities available to keep you busy including maple syrup tapping, sugar shacks, horse-drawn wagon rides, delicious snacks, and more.
Children under fourteen can get in for free, while adult tickets cost $15.
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Village
When: March 12 to 18
Where: Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy