Popular annual family fun for “boos and ghouls” of all ages!
An Invite from the Buffalo History Museum
Posted October 28th, 2016 on Niagara At Large
Buffalo, New York – On Saturday, October 29, The Buffalo History Museum is throwing a community friendly All Hallows Eve Party from 10 am to 1 am– including a costume dance party for youngsters to show-off their characters and potentially win a “Golden Pumpkin Award” for their outstanding costumes. (Lots of categories are planned; the selection will be depending on parade participation.)
Throughout the Museum, the festivities will feature pumpkin-decorating, spooky crafts, scary scavenger hunts for treats, and the model trains will be running.
What: Halloween party and history fun for the whole family.
When: Sat, Oct. 29 th Times: 10 am –1 pm/ Costume Parade in auditorium at noon.
Location: The Buffalo History Museum Parking: Free
Cost: Museum Members and Children under 7: Free
- Adults: $7.00
- Senior (age 60+): $5.00
- Student (ages 13-21): $5.00
- Children (ages 7 – 12): $2.50
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