Join us for “Scary Night at the Museum” THIS Saturday!

Saturday, October 24 from 5-7, the Lexington History Museum will be holding its 2nd Annual “Scary Night at the Museum”. The event is free, open to the public and will offer both scary and non-scary activities for families. Ghosts of Kentucky’s past may just be coming to haunt the hallowed halls of the Lexington History Center, located at 215 W. Main Street. A “Haunted Museum” attraction will be sure to chill guests to the bones! There will be Appalachian “Haint” tales by Octavia Sexton, storyteller as well as a costume contest for all ages! For our younger guests, and those who enjoy Halloween, but not haunted attractions, we will offer spooky craft activities and games in the Clay-Davis Hall.

Scary Night at the Museum
October 24, 5-7
Haunted Museum tours, Scary Storytelling, Crafts, Games and Refreshments

Thank you to donations by community partners: Target, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Cinemark Theaters, Qdoba, and Babycakes!

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