MURDER MYSTERY DINNER PARTY AND WEEKEND 2017!

Friday - Sunday, November 3-5, 2017
Murder Mystery Dinner Saturday Night, November 4, 6:30 - 10:30 pm: 
$60 for lodging guests or groups of 8 or more. $70 for locals. 10% restaurant tax and 15% gratuity additional

This year's mystery is set in 1917 and inspired by the real unsolved murder of Equinox Hotel owner, George Orvis. Go back in time 100 years ago and dress in fur wraps and tuxedos. Bring your inner Miss Marple and Sherlock Holmes. Enjoy a romantic date, or a fun night with a group of friends. for our most celebrated dinner party of the year!

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Gather in the living room salon and meet the colorful cast of suspects. Our 1902 mansion is like a real game of Clue as guests follow the interactive drama from the Billiard Room to the Library and Dining Room. There is music, dancing, comedy, drama, and a culinary feast. Everyone gathers in the living room after dinner to decide WHO DONE IT! Prizes are awarded for best sleuthing and most creative costume.

Family Innkeeper and New York City playwright, Tajlei Levis uses the Wilburton’s rich history as inspiration for each year’s original mystery. Sunday morning lodging and community guests are invite to a a Broadway breakfast sing-along lead by Grammy Award-winning Broadway cast album producer, Brian Drutman. (Complimentary for inn guests, $20 for local guests.)

It's a fabulous weekend in the country that you will remember for a lifetime -- only at the Wilburton Inn.

To book call 802-362-2500. 2 nights lodging plus $60/pp for the Dinner Party to die for. Breakfast is included. Rates begin at $200/night.

The Wilburton Inn is a historic 1902 Tudor mansion high on a hill – a perfect setting for an Agatha Christie mystery or a real life game of Clue. The tradition of Wilburton mystery events was begun by founding innkeeper Georgette Levis, sister of Tony-award winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein and is continued by Georgette’s eldest daughter Tajlei Levis.

Watch the videos below for a taste of murder...