Kids Get in Free at the Science Museum With Halloween Costume
Halloween is full of tricks and treats, but who says it can't also be full of hands-on learning?
The Science Museum of Minnesota is hosting Boo-Ology, where it’s not scary, it’s science! Kids and adults can creep on in for lots of spooky hands-on science activities and events.
The event will take place on Saturday October 26th from noon until 4 pm. All the festivities are included in regular museum admission price, but if your kid is 12 or under and is rocking their Halloween costume, they get in for free.
If you are looking for adult fun at the Science Museum they have that as well. They are hosting Social Science: Spooky Science on Thursday October 24th. This is a 21+ event where adults can wear costumes (there will be prizes for best ones), grab a drink, and haunt their way through the museum with special activities, stargazing, and a chance to meet local scientists. The evening will wrap up with a special Drag Show at the museum. All the details on the Social Science event can be found here.