PRESS RELEASE – The Pima Air & Space Museum announces its fourth annual “Night of Fright” on Fri., Oct. 24th from 5 to 9pm (with the last admission at 8pm).
This family friendly, non-scary, Halloween event features:
- “trick or treating”
- pony rides
- twisted-balloon “art”
- “ghoulish” games (“Eyeball Mini Putt- Putt,” “Halloween Twister,” “Glow-in-the-dark Ring Toss, “Pin the Spider on the Web” and “Mummy Bowling”),
- a baked-goods walk
- Halloween tattoos
- plus viewing the airplanes and exhibits in their Main Hangar complex (3 hangars combined into one covering the History of Aviation, Hollywood, Arizona Aviation, Seaplanes and featuring the SR-71, the world’s fastest spyplane).
The Flight Grill restaurant, will transform into Fright Grill for the evening, as it offers numerous Halloween-themed dishes for dinner including a bonus: a free scoop of Thrifty ice cream with any regularly priced entrée. (Additional fees apply.)“It’s a real treat for the entire family to dress in costume, collect candy and play games in a safe environment,” said Mary E Emich, the Director of Visitor Services, Marketing & Sales at the Arizona Aerospace Foundation that operates the Pima Air & Space Museum. Emich continued, “It happens under the wings of these fascinating planes, an extra special treat! We are especially grateful to Mars Chocolate North America for donating Twix candy bars and Wrigley’s gum so kids can make airplanes.”
Admission to this one-night carnival and costume event is free for museum members and children 12 and under, and only $10 for anyone age 13 and older.More information can be found at www.pimaair.org, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/