Haunt the Zoo – All Grown Up

We’re expanding the Haunt the Zoo legacy by throwing the state’s wildest adult Halloween party! On Friday, October 26, adults 21 and up are invited to the Zoo for an evening of ghoulish fun! Trick-or-treat the candy trail and enjoy drinks, dancing, games and prizes! Bring your costume “A-game”!
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Oklahoma families will have the chance to solve a mystery in the museum from 6-10 p.m. on Oct. 26 at Science Museum Oklahoma’s Haunted Whodunnit Late Nite Lab.

Designed for families with children of all ages, SMO’s Late Nite Lab program offers a variety of unique activities connected to each lab’s theme as well as access to the museum’s permanent exhibits and live shows.

Tickets may be purchased online or at the door, however advance purchase is recommended. Guests are encouraged to arrive by 7 p.m. There will be no same-day ticket sales after 8 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets
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Visit Bricktown Brewery for a Twisted Treats of Mac’d Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, and then visit the Casino floor for some scary treats! Earn entries to compete in the fun and rewarding Carnival Games and to be eligible for the big-money drawing. The fun takes place every Wednesday in October from 6-10pm, including Freaky Free Play Hot Seat Drawings!

Begin earning entries every Wednesday in October starting at 8am. Gain one entry for every 20 points in Club Remington Card play.

Keep playing the games, while using your Club Remington Card, and you are eligible for $50 Freaky Free Play Hot Seats from 6-10pm, every Wednesday in October. The Hot Seats are awarded every 20 minutes!
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Fall Break Drop-In Activities

Various Museum Locations It is Fall Break for Oklahoma City Metro area schools! Drop by and participate in family friendly activities inspired by the Museum’s exhibits. Free to Museum members or with Museum admission.
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October 15: Fall Break for Kids: Hands-On Clay The use of clay dates back thousands of years. Many Native American tribes throughout North American used clay for pots, decorations, and more.

October 16: Fall Break for Kids: Hand-Print Cactus Cacti can be found across the West. From the deserts to the mountains, they come in all shapes and sizes. Starting with a handprint, create your very own landscape featuring the cactus.

October 17: Fall Break for Kids: Bandanna Dying Inspired by the art and artwork of traditional cowboy artists, use your imagination to create your own foil art masterpiece. Available while supplies last.

October 19: Fall Break for Kids: Trailblazers Trek Hunt & Find Come explore the Museum galleries with a special Gallery Hunt & Find designed to help you find your place in the West by exploring the many perspectives that make it unique. Available while supplies last.



Adventure District Dinner and a Movie!

Looking for Dinner and a Movie? Try Gabriella’s and then head over to Cinemark Tinseltown Theaters for all the new releases
Date Night!