The exhibits at the museum will be decorated for Halloween again this year.

Halloween fun at the Museum at Campbell River

After last year’s hugely successful event, they are gearing up for more fun this year

Halloween at the museum is quickly becoming a Halloween tradition that little ghouls and goblins don’t want to miss.

After last year’s hugely successful event, they are gearing up for more fun this year.

The main attraction of the event is the opportunity to see the galleries decorated.

“It’s not a haunted house,” says promotions coordinator Erika Anderson, “but the galleries are decorated to provide Halloween fun for all ages.”

There will be characters in galleries to meet along the way, including the ever-popular George Vancouver, and the float-house fortune teller.

A storyteller will be on site to tell some spooky tales, and there will be Halloween crafts. There will also be sparkly Halloween temporary tattoos available. The museum’s Lego collection will be out and ready for all of the frightening masterpieces that kids can come up with.

Make the museum part of your Halloween plans. ]Halloween at the museum will run on Oct. 29 from 1 to 4 p.m. and is a minimum $2 donation per person. Museum at Campbell River is located at 470 Island Highway.

For more information call 250-287-3103 or go online to

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