Participate in one of our 2 games to escape White Hall's past and return to the present!
Scientists at a local university have developed a time machine! The T.I.M.E. Project (Temporal Interruption and Manipulation Engine) has chosen your team as test subjects. You will travel to the past, interact with famous (and infamous) people, help them to solve problems at pivotal points in their lives and therefore preserve Kentucky's history. There is only one caveat: the effects of the T.I.M.E. machine only last for 1 hour. If time runs out before you solve all the puzzles, Kentucky history is forever changed!
How to Play:
Each game is offered at 6:00, 7:30 and 8:00 pm. You have one hour to solve the puzzles.
Group reservations ONLY. Each game can accommodate up to 8 people max. The cost is $180 for each group. So grab your friends if you want to participate. Remember, the more people you have, the more minds you have to solve the puzzles.
Call the park at 859-623-9178 to make your prepaid reservation. If you need to cancel, you must do so by October 13, 2017. Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE after this date.
The minimum age to participate is 14. Children under 18 must have an adult in their group.
Pick your game from one of these options:
Business Before Pleasure
You will travel back to 1865 and meet Mary Jane Clay, a Lexington socialite who married Cassius M. Clay. Help Mary Jane locate an important document by following clues left by her husband now half a world away serving as Ambassador to Russia. Before he left, Cassius signed a document granting Mary Jane his power of attorney and hid it somewhere in their 44-room mansion. Mary Jane now desperately needs that document in order to pay the bills. If your team cannot help her find it, the Clays will be financially ruined, Mr. Clay will have to resign as Ambassador to Russia, and the United States will decide against purchasing Alaska.
The Horse You Rode In On
Your team will travel back in time to January 31, 1812. Green Clay, the wealthiest man in Kentucky, is missing! In late December, he set out with his hired man Jeff to survey 17,000 acres of wilderness land on Clark's River in Western Kentucky. Green's wife Sally became worried for her husband's safety after she received a cryptic letter he wrote. Solve the puzzles to figure out what happened to Green!