Spend Halloween Weekend at Newseum Frights on October 26

October 26, 2018

You’re never too old to get into some frighteningly good fun of Halloween. This Saturday, check out Newseum Frights, a Halloween bash at the museum with all food, drink, and entertainment to make for a spooktacular evening. 

Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck will provide themed bites to enjoy, along with signature cocktails and an open bar of beer or wine. The 7 Deadlies are providing the creepy soundtrack for the evening, and there will also be Tarot card readings, scary makeovers, and a costume contest worthy of your best Halloween attire. You can also see the Newseum’s latest exhibit "Pictures of the Year" with special curator-led gallery talks. Tickets are $50 for museum members, and $60 for non-members. The best value is to pay $75 for a new membership and get free entry into the party. You get a frightfully fun evening, and a year’s worth of Newseum perks and more as a member. 

Newseum Frights is Saturday, October 26 from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.