Amateur sleuths can spend the summer at the Frost Museum of Science learning about—and matching wits with—one of literature’s most famous detectives thanks to a multigallery ode to Sherlock Holmes. The exhibition, which runs through Sept. 5, transports guests into the mind of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, revealing the scientific insights that inspired the doctor-turned-author to create Holmes. 

Galleries include Conan Doyle’s study, interactive experiments based on science and technology of the 1890s, and the famed sitting room of Holmes and Dr. Watson. In addition, guests have an opportunity to use their powers of observation (and a book of clues) to solve a murder. 

Visit frostscience.org/sherlock for ticket info and details. 

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