Fernbank BOO-seum Trick-or-Treat

Filed in Events by on October 25, 2016

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You’re invited to a spook-tacular party on Saturday, October 29, 2016 at Fernbank Museum in Druid Hills for the Fernbank BOO-seum! Follow the screams (of delight) to a day of frightening-ly fun Halloween-themed activities including treats for kids in costume, games, music and more.*

Fernbank BOO-seum Scheduled Activities*

  • BOO-seum Costume Contest and DJ
    Show off crazy costumes and dance to the kid-friendly tunes of J&M Sound Design. Register for the BOO-Seum costume contest to win prizes such as a Museum membership tickets. Prizes awarded for “Best Overall Kid’s Costume” and “Best Family.”
  • Halloween Treats**
    Look for trick-or-treat stations throughout the Museum. Treats vary from candy to small toys. (May contain small parts.)
  • Ghoulish Games
    Try your hand at Halloween games such as Scary Boo-ling, Witch Hat Toss, and more to win treats.
  • Mystery Boxes
    Do you dare? Stick your hand in these creepy boxes to feel unusual items including “spider legs,” “dragon skin,” “monster guts” and “vampire brains.”
  • Fernbank Mascot
    Say hello to Fernbank’s mascot, Giggy A. Dinosaur!

Additional details to be announced!

Cost: Included with Museum admission. Members always free.

Click here for more information on the Fernbank BOO-seum at Fernbank Museum.

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