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Halloween party at the Museum of Flight.

The Museum of Flight ( at Boeing Field airfield ) is one of Seattle's most visited attractions. It's a great place not only for boys and men, but for the whole family. Whether you are a museum buff or not, into airplanes or not, this 12-acre cultural landmark has something for everyone.

I am not that easily impressed, but stepping into the first jet Air Force One or the West Coast's only supersonic Concorde, is pretty cool. And recently, they added a new exhibit - Space: Exploring the New Frontier ( climbing into a full size version of the International Space Station's Destiny Module ? You want to check it out, even if you are not 6).

But for this Halloween, the Museum of Flight will transfer into Museum of Fright - a frightful night of family fun and party ! The trick-or-treaters will participate in fun activities and games, meet the ghosts of aviation's past, enjoy Halloween treats, prizes,frightful flights, a scavenger hunt and more. The Museum of Flight Store will dress you up as a an astronaut, fighter pilot, airline pilot or barnstormer.

After 5pm , grab your sleeping bags and stay over for a slumber party at the Museum ! Snacks and breakfast in the morning will be provided, Wings Café will remain open during Museum of Fright.

For more info on this fun event, check out the Museum of Flight's official web site.

Not sure exactly how it works, but it would be pretty cool to drop off your kids ( may be with an adult baby sitter) at the museum, and enjoy this "not for kids anymore" holiday night at one of Seattle's "grownups" places, like Showbox or at one of many downtown hot spots.

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