Spooky live science shows, Halloween-inspired décor, and the return of the ever-popular museum-wide indoor trick-or-treating adventure takes place every weekend in October during Franklin Fright. A magical frostiness takes over the museum this holiday season beginning November 26 with the debut of Franklin Frost, a winter adventure that’s full S.T.E.A.M. ahead. Featuring a stunning assortment of decorated winter trees, including a grand 25-foot-tall Stellar Tree, and sprawling train displays in scenic environments.  See more on their website.

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