For moms on the lookout for a unique Halloween experience for their little ones, the Lone Star Flight Museum’s “Halloween in the Hangar” is a must-do!
What Awaits You:
Immerse yourself in the enchantment of Halloween as the Lone Star Flight Museum transforms its spacious, air-conditioned hangars into a haven for families. This isn’t just another event; it’s a “fright plan for fun” that promises an unforgettable day for everyone.
Date and Time:
Circle October 21st on your calendar, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This four-hour window ensures even the busiest moms can squeeze in time for a Halloween adventure with their little goblins and ghouls.
Costumed Kiddos Get Extra Perks:
Little ones aged 12 and under receive FREE admission all day when dressed in their silliest or most imaginative costumes. It’s a fantastic chance for kids to showcase their creativity while exploring the wonders of aviation. For ages 1 – 4, enjoy the brand new Toddler Terminal – an aviation themed play area for the littles!
Trick or Treat Delight:
From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., the hangar comes alive with the spirit of Halloween as little trick-or-treaters embark on a sweet adventure. This safe and family-friendly environment ensures the focus is on fun and goodies rather than spooky scares.
Scavenger Hunt Fun:
Join the excitement of a Scavenger Hunt across the vast hangar space. It’s not just a search for treasures but a chance to win fabulous prizes! This engaging activity adds an extra layer of excitement to the Halloween festivities, providing an adventure for the whole family.
Win a Family Membership:
Feeling lucky? Take part in the drawings for a chance to win a free family membership. Imagine the joy of having year-round access to the wonders of aviation and special events, creating lasting memories with your loved ones.
Inclusive Fun for Everyone:
All these thrilling activities come included with your museum admission. Enjoy a day of aviation history, exploration, and Halloween festivities without worrying about extra costs.
For more information visit: lonestarflight.org