Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
Spooky science, scary live shows, and other frightfully fun, family-friendly festivities take over the museum this Halloween season.
Make-and-take your own trick-or-treat pins and “bloody” handprint art, and experience ghostly science with dry ice experiments, plus more Halloween-themed hands-on activities throughout the museum.
Experience a Halloween twist to the popular live science shows! Come dressed in your best costume for the festive parade, and witness a hair-raising ball pit ball explosion!
Franklin Fright activities include:
-Make your own LED trick-or-treat pins
-Spooky eye and heart dissections
-Ghostly smoke-filled bubbles with liquid nitrogen
-Make “bloody” handprints on color-changing paper
-Costume parade and a hair-raising ball pit ball explosion FINALE!
Free with General Museum Admission
Costumes are encouraged, masks and weapons are prohibited.
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