Zombies, mummies, and beer are at Social Science this Thursday
Image courtesy of the Science Museum
Vampires, ghosts, mummies, zombies, and more will be taking over the Science Museum as it continues its adults-only Social Science program with a Halloween-themed evening. This Thursday, Social Science: Dead and Undead will explore "the creepier side of science," says program developer Julia Halpern. At the event, guests can learn about the science behind dead and undead mythologies, and there will be opportunities for socializing, dancing, and drinking.
Halloween costumes that will make you go 'WTF?' 2012 edition
Photo Courtesy The Science Museum of Minnesota
"It's a chance for adults to explore the museum in a kid-free environment," says Halpern. The museum began the program as a way to reach new audiences who don't normally come to museum, so they can "explore the museum at a different pace," she says.
Photo courtesy The Science Museum of Minnesota
IF YOU GO:
6-11 p.m. Thursday, October 4
120 Kellogg Boulevard W., St. Paul
$15; $10 for museum and MPR members
Tickets will be sold at the doors on October 4 or can be purchased in advance by calling 651.221.9444 or 800.221.9444
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