Have a ‘frightful’ half term at Milton Keynes Museum
Visitors to Milton Keynes Museum this autumn half term won’t need to wait until the witching hour for a spooky chill – there will be lots of tricks and treats all week through to mark Halloween.
Halloween crafts will be offered on site, and a Halloween themed pottery workshop will be turning sweet children into terrifyingly creative ones!
The Concrete Circus will return to the Museum to keep everyone entertained with workshops throughout the week, and in the Street of Shops the old Post Office will be selling sweets – including frightening cola skulls and evil eyeballs.
“A trip to the Museum is usually full of fun, but this autumn half term we guarantee that visitors will have a frightful time with us – in the best sense of the word!” promised Museum director Bill Griffiths, “Come and explore our creepy Communications Gallery, wander around the spooky Street of Shops and enjoy some wickedly delicious sweet and savoury snacks in The Old Granary tea room.
“We’ve got ample parking space for broomsticks too!”
Milton Keynes Museum will celebrate Halloween from October 23-27, 10.30am-4.30pm daily.
For more details about the Museum visit miltonkeynesmuseum.org.uk