Costume Carnival at Seattle Children’s Museum: Indoor and Safe trick-or-treating

Costume Carnival at Seattle Children’s Museum: Indoor and Safe trick-or-treating

Seattle, WA (September 28, 2012) – The Seattle Children’s Museum announced this week that they will be offering a free event on Halloween evening to provide an safe, indoor trick-or-treating opportunity for kids 10 and under. Collaborating with other organizations, the Museum will transform to a Halloween hullabaloo with events including a not-so scary haunted mountain, silly-spooky story times, a
Where in the world is Dracula? scavenger hunt and many booths offering visitors a “trick” or a “treat.”

On October 31st from 4pm – 8pm, families can follow a trick-or-treat path through the Museum featuring activities provided by organizations such as Seattle Theatre Group and KeyBank at the Paramount, the Hope Heart Institute, the Queen Anne Rotary and more. More information is available at www.thechildrensmuseum.org/halloween .

The Museum will be open from 10am – 3pm for regular admission, closing at 3pm to allow for the magical transformation. The event from 4pm – 8pm is free for kids ages 10 and under and their adult chaperones, however attendees are encouraged to bring a new or gently used book to donate. Costumes are encouraged for all but the Museum reminds those planning to attend that masks aren’t permitted.

The Seattle Children’s Museum is located on the Seattle Center campus on the ground level of the Armory. An expansive play space for children, the Museum offers a variety of activities for families with kids 10 and under.