Family Friendly Haunted House at Miami Children’s Museum 10/21/13-10/31/13

Family Friendly Haunted House
MCM_Halloween2013_MH_31690October 21st – 31st!
Miami Children’s Museum
980 MacArthur Causeway
Miami, FL 33132

Entrance to the Haunted House (October 21-31) is included in each regular admission to the Museum. Admission is $16 for adults and children, $12 for Florida Residents, free for children under 1 year and admission for Members is complimentary.

It’s a Family Friendly 2,500 square foot Haunted House that can be as scary as you want it to be, but what makes this one special is it features its own 7 foot Baby T-Rex along with its collection of clowns, zombies and haunting music and sounds. All your little ghosts and goblins are guaranteed to have a boo-tiful time at Miami Children’s Museum’s Not So Scary Haunted House, October 21 -31, at MCM on Watson Island.

“We aren’t looking to scare our young visitors, but we still want them to have a full Halloween experience,” says Mike Neufeld, MCM Director of Exhibits. “We typically ask the family\visitors at the door what level they want. Then we radio in our code telling the actors to which level to scare.”

The MCM Haunted House stars the only life-like dinosaur in South FL that moves under its own power. The Baby T-Rex is part of the Museum’s Dino Island exhibit and will be a featured part of the Halloween Festivities. The Haunted House also includes: Spooky clowns, Zombie babies, Pirates, a Dino Graveyard, hay bales and pumpkin patch area, and a trick or treat area! All with scary sounds effects and live actors hiding around every corner!

The Miami Children’s Museum offers bilingual and interactive exhibits; programs and classes and learning materials related to arts, culture, community and communication. They have 14 interactive galleries as well as housing many exciting and fun traveling exhibits. Miami Children’s Museum (MCM) is dedicated to enriching the lives of all children by fostering a love of learning and enabling children to realize their highest potential. Through arts and educational programs, MCM seeks to include and target all audiences in Miami’s changing and diverse community by becoming the “town center” for Miami-Dade County’s children and families.

Miami Children’s Museum receives both private and public funding. MCM is sponsored in part by the City of Miami; the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the Cultural Affairs Council, the Mayor and the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners; and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Arts Council.

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