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Philadelphia Offers Halloween Celebrations for Kids

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Visit Sesame Place for The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular on weekends through October. The park will have trick-or-treating, pumpkin decorating and hayrides. Kids can even see The Count’s castle and experience a special Halloween version of Elmo’s World Live as well as meet Sesame Street characters and see the new live show, “Countdown to Halloween”.

On October 31st, kids and parents are invited for a non-spooky Halloween celebration at the Please Touch Museum. Kids can trick-or-treat for healthy Halloween snacks, play special Halloween musical instruments and see Halloween themed theatrical productions. Kids and adults who arrive in costume will receive $1.50 off the museum admission price.

Take your little spooks to the Franklin Institute’s Halloween Spooktacular on Saturday, October 24th between 11am and 3pm. Kids can enjoy the Halloween Monster Mash party, tour the Haunted Heart, receive a goody bag and even see cooking demonstrations for healthy Halloween treats. Kids between 4 and 11 who arrive in costume get free admission to the science museum!

Take yourself to Chocolate Town for Hershey Park in the Dark. Hershey’s Trick-Or-Treat adventure is a trail of sweets for children 12 and under. Everyone in your family will enjoy Halloween themed theatrical performances and the great rides and attractions always available at Hershey Park. While you’re there, check out Creatures of the Night at Zoo America. Hershey Park in the Dark runs weekends through October.

Keep your family entertained this Halloween season with all kinds of things to do in and around Philadelphia!

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