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Museum set for night of spooky Halloween fun
5:52pm Thursday 31st October 2013 in Local
DUDLEY’S Black Country Living Museum is set for a night of spooky fun tonight (Thursday October 31).
The Tipton Road museum is opening its doors from 6.30pm to 10pm to celebrate Halloween but due to demand tickets have now sold out.
Little ones will be able to trick or treat in the museum’s historic village where costumed demonstrators will be handing out treats and telling terrifying tales of old.
Visitors will also be entertained by fire-jugglers, face-painters, balloon model makers, living statues and magicians.
Mystics, psychics and palm readers will also be offering readings for a small charge.
Claire Byers, interim director of communications and marketing, said: “Halloween is one of the museum’s most popular events and visitors really get into the spirit of things.
“The museum provides a unique and eerie backdrop for a Halloween extravaganza in which our visitors really are the stars of the show.”
Tickets are still available for the museum’s firework free traditional bonfire night celebration on Tuesday November 5.
Visit website bclm.co.uk or call 0121 520 8054.
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