EcoTarium’s “Science Tricks & Animal Treats” Halloween event on October 26 & 27!
Grab your cloak: the EcoTarium is in disguise this Halloween!
Why choose between tricks and treats when they’re so exciting? Join our educators for sneaky science programs about animal camouflage, invisible forces, and secret powers, then join our wildlife keepers to learn about the treats and training that enrich our resident animals lives. For maximum fun, test drive your Halloween costume – or come in disguise!
- Design enrichment toys for our animals and watch them play
- Experiment with surprising chemical reactions and crafty camouflage
- Drop by the Glow Zone and see what lights up
- Laser maze
- Glowing experiment zone
- Glowing sensory zone
- Make your own constellations
- Glowing minerals from our collection
- Wear your Halloween costume and have your face painted
- Snag candy and other goodies at our trick-or-treat stations
- Free face painting
- Costumes are encouraged
Note: After careful evaluation and reflection, the museum will not offer the Great Pumpkin Festival evening event any longer. Instead the new Science Tricks and Animal Treats event aims to engage visitors about the sneaky science of disguise: such as camouflage, invisible forces and other secret powers that animals possess.
About The EcoTarium
The EcoTarium is New England’s leading museum of science and nature, an indoor-outdoor experience dedicated to inspiring a passion for science and nature education in visitors of all ages. Located in Worcester, Massachusetts, guests are encouraged to explore three floors of indoor interactive exhibits, exciting shows in the digital planetarium, daily Science Discovery programs, live animal habitats, hikes through forest and meadow nature trails, outdoor imaginative play, and a train ride around the 45+ acre campus (seasonal).
Science Tricks & Animal Treats at the EcoTarium
222 Harrington Way, Worcester MA 508-929-2700
Saturday & Sunday, October 26 & 27; 2019; 12:00pm-4:00pm
Click here for admission rates (Admission price includes event and access to the entire museum)