The Tallahassee Museum is offering guests an alternative to trick-or-treating. The museum will host its 19th annual Halloween Howl today and tomorrow from 6-10 p.m.
Caitlin Geesner, an education intern and farm coordinator at the Tallahassee Museum, encourages purchasing tickets early.
“You can buy tickets at the door, but you can expect to stand in line anywhere from one to two hours,” Geesner said.
The museum will welcome guests with a night of music and entertainment. It will also have a spooky farm and ghoulish games that will be held on the museum grounds.
“It’s a great way to share time with your family and get ready for Halloween next week,” said Russell Daws, executive director and CEO of the Tallahassee Museum.
Families with an appetite for amusement will enjoy the Not-So-Spooky Trail, carnival games and more. Those seeking a fright are terrified on the Haunted Trail, while other guests enjoy trick-or-treating throughout the grounds.
“I heard this year was supposed to be even better than last year,” said Tallahassee resident Elise Harris. “I’m excited about the haunted trail this year.”
Guests can stop by Trail Break Café Truck to eat. It will be serving kabobs, corn dogs, cotton candy, popcorn and more.