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How exciting to be in a crime scene, to solve a mystery and have all those lab resources to help. I just wish the activity was longer, because I didn’t want it to end! Very good and interesting, one can learn a lot about biology, botany and forensics in general. Oswaldo F.
My mom is the detective at our home. She never lets a detail escape her perception, so I thought this would be a great activity to entertain her, even though she does not speak English. And I was right, we had fun following the clues to figure out our case, and we left feeling very proud of ourselves, specially her, that could solve a crime in a foreign language!
This was great fun to do. I did it with my 15 year old son and we had to solve the crime by going through various forensic experiments. Good way to pass 1 hour.
Was very pleased that I took the time to do this. It is very well run and would recommend if you have the time to go and have a look at this highly rated TV show and concentrate on the task you are given. It is was worth the effort to look at how things are done in the world of crime and how gathering evidence is essential to wrapping up a crime.
very interactive. Fun and interesting to see what happens in the lab. I am an identical twin and got the crime scene involving identical twins!! I knew about the DNA twist.
A wonderful attraction. You get so involved the grandchildren had a great time and it was the highlight of our stay in Las Vegas. It seemed so real and looking for the clues and coming to the conclusion was an adventure in itself. Very well presented and organised. Gold star award from us and a must to do.
This was absolutely wonderful. I loved this! I was able to take photos. However, another reviewer suggested splitting up to do different scenes because when you complete the tasks the rooms are all open. You have to ask the cashier quickly before she assigns your group together. That was a bit disappointing, but we did get to see all the crime scenes. I would have liked to have worked another one.