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Animal magic to cast spell over museum's All Hallow’s Eve events
12:00pm Sunday 21st October 2012 in News
ANIMAL magic will be casting a spell over the Black Country Living Museum’s Halloween events next week.
The Tipton Road museum will be marking All Hallow’s Eve with birds of prey, hissing cockroaches and terrifying tarantulas, centipedes and snakes.
Thrill seekers to the event on Friday and Saturday will also be able to meet mystics, psychics and palm readers, while little ghosts and ghouls will be able to go trick or treating in safety throughout the museum’s village.
Meanwhile ghoulish street entertainment will include circus skills, magic tricks and fire-juggling which will add a little macabre magic to the evening.
Tickets for the event, which run from 6.30pm until 10pm on both nights, cost £14.95 for adults, £11.95 for seniors and £7.95 for young people and are pre-book only through the ticket office on 0121 520 8054 or via the Museum’s website at bclm.com