Celebrate Halloween at the Dunedin Historical Museum
DUNEDIN - An extensive collection of historical Halloween materials such as vintage costumes, paper decorations, and postcards, imaginatively arranged to give the illusion of a haunted house give some thrills and chills to visitors as they walk through the exhibit areas. Several local collectors of Halloween items have shared them for this special exhibit. One section of the exhibit is devoted to stories of celebrations here in Dunedin, including parades and local parties. This is an experience which is fun for all ages. The Halloween Exhibit at the museum will be open until November 21st, Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a suggested donation of $2 for adults, and no charge for children under 12. (November 1st the museum will be closed to prepare for the ABRACADABRA I Ball.)
On Friday, October 24, the museum will hold an open house for viewing the Halloween exhibits during “Dunedin Celebrates Halloween”, with exhibit hours 5:00 - 8:00. Trick or Treat in Downtown Dunedin will also be available during this time. The light poles will be decorated for your enjoyment and the movie “The Wizard of Oz” will be shown in Pioneer Park at dusk.
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