Hallowe’en fun at Glasgow Science Centre

ONE of Scotland’s biggest and best family Hallowe’en parties is back on Friday, October 26 at Glasgow Science Centre. Witches, zombies, ghosts and fairies alike are all invited to attend the spooktacular party and there will be some treats and definitely some tricks in store.

Visitors can listen to some hair-raising ghost stories under the cloak of darkness in the planetarium, come face to face with some creepy critters like scorpions and tarantulas, there will fireballs and explosions as Professor Bedlam runs amok in the Science Show Theatre and everyone will get the chance to win great prizes in the fancy dress competitions.

Kids can become Indiana Bones and dig for dinosaur bones, maybe they will uncover a Tyrannosaurus Rex, plus they each get a goody bag to take home.

Robin Hoyle, director of Science at Glasgow Science Centre, said: “The Hallowe’en party is one of the highlights of our year. Last year almost two thousand guisers from all over the country came on the night and it always has a great fun family filled atmosphere. All our staff look forward to thinking of new fun and frightening things for our party guests to see and do.”

There are lots more fun activities for all the family, so make this Hallowe’en a memorable one, safe in the knowledge that your kids will be indoors, warm, dry and in the company of hundreds of other guisers.

Tickets cost £5 per person and can be purchased online at www.glasgowsciencecentre.org or by calling the contact centre on 0141 420 5000.