Looking for Creative Ideas for a Mystery Day

Updated on January 18, 2010
J.R. asks from Saint Louis, MO
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I am looking for ideas for a mystery day in St. Louis for 65 13-14 year olds beside a sports (Laser tag)place. Something/somewhere fun to go....

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I know you said besides laser tag but have you seen Demolition Ball/Adrenaline Zone in St. Charles? The demolition ball is a combination of lacrosse, basketball and bumper cars. They love it. They also have laser tag too.



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Chesterfield Valley has SkyZone for jumping. Sports Fuzion for inside mini golf, climbing Wall, and Lazer Tag. Good luck.



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Incredible Pizza
Dave & Busters
Science Center

Depending on the weather, there are plenty of things to do outdoors, also! Zoo, Forest Park, Laumeier Sculpture Park, MO Botanical Garden.



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It sounds like it could be boring, but check out the City Museum! I know they would love it! Basically it's a great big huge playground for older kids and adults that is inside and outside. There is a giant ball pit, a school bus suspended from the third floor that the kids can run onto (it's completely safe), and the kids can be there for hours without being bored!

Besides that, the Zoo is awesome, or check out all the fun things at Forest Park. They could rent horses, paddle boats, etc. The Botanical Gardens are really cool, too, or they could check out the Magic House (depending on how mature your group is).

Good luck and have fun!

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