Missing Maple Syrup Makes for a March Break Mystery

The game’s afoot! A store of precious maple syrup has gone missing at Black Creek Pioneer Village. Fortunately, famed consulting detective Sherlock Holmes is on hand to solve this sweet mystery and unmask the sinister sap-o-teur. But he could use some help.

During March Break, visitors to Black Creek are invited to join in cracking the case of “Sherlock Holmes & The Maple Mystery.” Young sleuths can assist Holmes and his loyal companion Dr. Watson by scouring the Village for clues, solving puzzles and questioning the townsfolk. Someone out there is concealing a sticky secret. But who?

There’s plenty of other things to see and do at the Village this March Break. Take a horse-drawn wagon ride, sample some maple syrup, or stop for some family-friendly treats, including hot apple cider, hot chocolate and fresh-baked cookies. Visit Black Creek Pioneer Village online to learn more.

Kids 14 years and younger get in FREE, from Monday March 13 to Sunday March 19 with an adult admission.

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