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The Indiana State Museum is hosting “Night at the Boo Bash”



Indianapolis, Indiana – Make plans to have a spooktacular time at the Indiana State Museum! On Friday, October 13, from 6 to 8 p.m., visitors can stay late in the museum for a Night at the Boo Bash.

Throughout the museum, guests can participate in entertaining activities and interact with characters clad in unique costumes throughout the night. Expect loads of sweets, dancing, and a costume contest as well.

Each person needs a $12 ticket to attend Night at the Boo Bash. The museum can be found downtown Indianapolis at 650 W. Washington St.

To purchase tickets and obtain additional details about all the events and sites of the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, visitors can visit

All twelve locations in the state—three in central Indiana—the Indiana State Museum, T.C. Steele, and the Levi and Catharine Coffin Home—will provide enjoyable, family-friendly programming.

In a news release, museum officials at T.C. Steele and Levi and Catharine Coffin state historic sites said, “Visitors can take in the colorful fall foliage and enjoy haunted happenings, including a cemetery tour and a night of spine-tingling ghost stories.”

The majority of the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites’ scary season programs require advance registration.