Spend a haunting night at the museum this Halloween!
It’s hard to beat a Halloween party that features actual mummies and skeletons in the flesh – so to speak. This Halloween weekend, the Houston Museum of Natural Science is inviting you to a conjuring of mixers and elixers at the museum, filled with spellbinding gems, live music, DJ sessions, and a slew of food trucks! [Featured image: @hmns]
If you thought science was scary in school, wait ’til you take a trip out to the Houston Museum of Natural Science this October. On Saturday, October 30, the museum will come alive for a ghostly night of fun and fright.
Here, you can get spellbound as you sip on bewitching cocktails, put “boogie” in boogyman to an assortment of live music and DJs, and eat your heart out at its parade of food trucks.
“Calling all ghosts and ghouls, monsters and mummies, witches and warewolves: Houston’s favorite Halloween Party – the one and only Spirits and Skeletons – is back at HMNS,” the museum wrote in an Instagram post.
“The entire museum is open for you to shake your stuff with a stegosaurus and get spellbound by bewitching gems, all to live music from Electric Circus, DJs, and fantastic food trucks parked right outside. Whether you go with scary and spooky or fab and kooky – dress up and party the night away at HMNS. We’ll put a spell on you.”
Spirits & Skeletons comes alive at the HMNS on Saturday, October 30, from 8 pm – 1 am; tickets are on sale now!
For more eerie inspiration on how to spend spooky season in Houston, consult our list of frighteningly fun events happening throughout the city!