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Halloween Celebrations at the Liberty Science Center

Members Night Thursday, October 24, 2013; 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Join us for Halloween Fun! 
Spooky experiments, trick or treat and dance the night away at our Halloween celebration for members. 
Costumes Welcome!
Please RSVP at to let us know how many adults and children will be attending.
Our doors open at 5:30 pm for members going to the Cafe (which is open until 7:30 pm).
This evening’s benefits include free parking, $2.50 movie tickets and 10% discount at the Cafe and the Store.  Because our Halloween event has been well-attended in the past, please limit guests.  All guests will be charged $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for children.
Special Activities include:
  • Trick or Treat - treats and bags given out while supplies last.  Supplies are limited.
  • Arts & Craft Station:  make some eye-popping crafts
  • A Bloody Mystery:  Help us test samples found at a crime scene to determine if the mystery splotches are blood
  • Dance Party – join DJ Dave as he gets the party going
  • Mystery Boxes:   What’s inside?  Reach inside to find out!!
Movie:     Great White Shark in IMAX at 6:15, 7:15 and 8:15 pm
All movie tickets are $2.50 each and may be purchased onsite or in advance by calling 201.253.1310

Halloween Camp In: Sleepless Slumber Party

October 25, 6:00 pm – October 26, 9:00 am

Celebrate this spooky time of year with our first-ever family Halloween Camp In!

Explore Liberty Science Center under the cover of darkness! With exclusive film showings, engaging activities and the chance to sleep in our exhibits! Brain dissections, slimy snacks, and a scary “campfire” story time await you (there’s a not-so-scary story time, too) along with some other special activities and shows.

Nipping your Noggin: Brain Dissection

The human brain is so complex that doctors and scientists still don’t know what some parts of it do. Let’s investigate a sheep brain for clues. Put on our mad scientist lab coat and let the mayhem begin!

From Pen to Ink: Squid Dissection

The ink in our pens is a mixture of water, dye, and oils. But what is squid ink made of? Squids are a diverse and abundant species in the ocean that varies in pattern and color. Explore the anatomy of a these complex sea creatures before they end up as calamari!

Monster’s Alive: Nature of the Beast

After traveling to Egypt, Transylvania, and the Black Lagoon, we have proof that Hollywood’s most famous monsters are real! We’ve captured them and they are ready to be displayed at Liberty Science Center. Join renowned monster hunter Carl Denham in this live-action spectacle. How is the Wolfman really like a butterfly? Is the Creature from the Black Lagoon a cousin of the salamander? Marvel at the true nature of beasts up close and in person!

Dead or Alive: A Zombie Autopsy

Little research exists on zombies despite their recent popularity in film and television. Scientists around the world have tried to uncover the mystery of these creatures. Do zombies live? Do their organs mutate? Can they return to human form? Learn the cutting truth we take a look at their real organs!

Brainless Artifacts

Vampires and ghosts don’t really exist, but skeletons do! Take a look at our real bones and see if you can identify them. They might be bones you know!

Pumpkin Chunkin’

Ever carved a pumpkin that didn’t look quite as you thought it would? Let’s cut them up instead! Join us in examining the anatomy of a pumpkin.
Call or email Mary McDonald to reserve your spot today: 201.253.1214, Mention code “SPOOKY” to receive a special discount.

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