Families will be able to analyze clues and put their problem-solving skills to the test as part of an immersive experience in the new Scooby-Doo Mansion Mayhem exhibit opening Saturday, June 4, at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
The exhibit, done in partnership with Warner Bros. will allow families to work through the rooms of the mansion meeting different characters of the iconic TV show that has captivated fans for more than five decades.
In the Hall of Portraits, visitors will meet Daphne – the brave, fashion savvy member of the gang. Comb through moving eye portraits to discover the villain’s hidden control panel that creates spooky illusions. In the Villain’s Tinkering Workshop, work alongside Fred, the group’s calm and collected leader, to build a trap for the villain. Green glowing clues appear to help along the way.
Shaggy and his lovable canine pal Scooby-Doo will be found in the kitchen, where families participate in the iconic ghost chase and create many more delicious memories. No mystery can be solved without the help of tech-savvy Velma in the library music room. Solve a musical puzzle on the organ and use the Clue Analyzer to get a visual of the villain. Families will also be offered a photo op with The Mystery Machine, on loan from Warner Bros. Archives. The Mystery Machine was one of four that were initially made for two Scooby-Doo live-action movies.