Did you know that many Halloween traditions and superstitions are connected to nature and the fall season, particularly the harvest?
- Join us October 28th, 29th from 10 am to 3 pm for a fun weekend of Halloween arts & crafts, story time, puppet shows, and face painting.
- Come on a special Halloween nature hike with our education staff and explore the Batty Bat Trail and Halloween Discovery Path.
- Discover why bats, owls, crows, spiders, and even witches' brooms are not all that scary once you get to know them.
- The exhibit area will feature special Halloween displays.
A full weekend of family fun for young children and parents alike.
Fee: General admission (Children in costume enter for free!)
(FREE for Friends of the Garden and MUN students)