The Museum of Flight Celebrates Halloween as The Museum of Fright

. October 7, 2015

SEATTLE – On Sunday, Oct. 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Museum celebrates Halloween family fun as The Museum of Fright. Bigger than any haunted castle, the Museum’s spacious galleries provide safe Halloween strolling and treating where every child’s imagination takes flight.

Museum of Flight  HalloweenChildren can make and drop ghost parachutes into a pumpkin patch, fly witches on broomsticks through a giant pumpkin, test their gross-o-meter in the mad science lab, touch alien blood and guts, hop and skip through an obstacle course, and fly through a dark and stormy night in one of the Museum’s state-of-art flight simulators.

Admission is free for those aged 17 and under and wearing a costume (with adult supervision); $5 for those aged 17 and under without a costume; $10 for adults.

Museum of Fright Presentation: SciFi or SciFact?
Two NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Fellows will share how they make science fiction into science reality. The speakers will be University of Washington professor, Dr. Robert Winglee, and Rob Hoyt of Tethers, Unlimited. Among other things, Winglee is an expert in Rockets, Space and Space Travel, and Space Plasma Physics. Hoyt’s Tethers Unlimited’s mission is to develop advanced propulsion, power, communications, and robotics technologies for applications in space, sea, earth, and air. Free with admission to the Museum.

World War I Fighters Oct. 31 – Halloween Story Telling: Ghosts in the Air!
Costumed story tellers will be stationed in the dark displays of fighter aircraft to tell aviation-themed ghost stories from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Subject matter may not be suitable for young children.
Free with admission to the Museum.

Image: Ted Huetter/The Museum of Flight, Seattle.

or general Museum information, please call 206-764-5720 or visit www.museumofflight.org

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