Halloween fun ghosts in to the Long Beach Aquarium
October 23, 2013 by Sarah
Placentia parents or grandparents looking for a different Halloween season activities might consider a drive over to Los Angeles for a memorable Halloween experience this weekend. The Aquarium of the Pacific is holdings its annual Halloween party, and the cost is just the general admission price.
Attendees can expect to see some of the strangest costumes ever as kids forgo the usual human-inspired outfits in favor of sea-centered disguises. Instead of werewolves and vampires, this Halloween bash is more likely to attract shark or octopus costumes.
The Aquarium of the Pacific turns into the ‘Scarium of the Pacific’ this Saturday and Sunday. Plenty of fun activities are planned, including several water themed Halloween to-dos, underwater pumpkin carving, and, of course, a costume contest.
Museums, zoos, and aquariums usually feature a variety of special exhibits throughout the year in addition to various holiday events. Brochure and flyer printing is often used to detail future attractions.
Those really dedicated to Halloween fun can start this Friday, October 25 with the Halloween Family Sleepover. The sleepover features a pizza dinner, pumpkin painting, crawly critters, a light snack, freaky flashlight tour, animal interactions, and breakfast (cereal).
Due to limited space, a RSVP is required. The sleepover is limited to five-year-olds and upwards with an accompanying adult. Cost is $60 for members and $70 for non-members. Children attending the sleepover receive their own freaky flashlight to take home.