Spend a 'Spooky Sleepover' Night at the State Museum
Monday, October 12, 2009 2:29 PM
Sleepovers are always fun, but kids ages 5 to 12 and their parents will get a special thrill spending the night at the South Carolina State Museum at its 'Spooky Sleepover' Friday, Oct. 23 to Saturday morning, Oct. 24.
Beginning with the check-in, family fun thrills will begin as campers enjoy snacks. At , the museum will show the fun film 'Night at the Museum II:
'The hunt will cover three of the museum's floors and will be conducted by flashlight to add to the fun,' said Volunteer Manager Jennifer Lee. 'At some of the stops, characters from our exhibits will 'come alive' to help hunters with the clues to their searches.'
Exhibit characters, or 'residents,' will include a paleontologist, an astronomer, a paleo Indian, a Revolutionary War soldier and more, said Lee.
Prizes will be awarded to all those solving the mystery.
'Not only that,' said Lee, 'but we'll also have a special appearance by the museum's resident ghost, Bubba.'
As an added option, 'Boo Bags' packed with ghoulish delights will be available for purchase.
Cost of the evening, which includes snacks both Friday night and Saturday morning, is $25 per child, $20 per adult. Cost for