THE Black Country Living Museum will come to life this Halloween as little ghosts and goblins enjoy trick or treating in safety, ghoulish face painting and thrilling street entertainment from circus performers, fire-jugglers, magicians, living statues and more!
Costumed demonstrators in the shops, houses and workplaces will be dishing out treats, tricks and terrifying tales of old as little devils collect their Halloween goodies as the eerie half-light of the museum's gas lamps cast an atmospheric spell, and throw strange shadows at twilight on Friday, October 31 and Saturday, November 1.
Jane Allcock, Event Co-ordinator at the Black Country Museum, said: "The museum is offering families the chance to do some trick-or-treating in complete safety on site – there's a whole village to explore, with each shop and house offering something different."
If readers can't wait for Halloween Nights, Black Country Living Museum's Horrible Black Country Histories are set to disgust and delight over October half-term (October 25 – November 2).
Visit www.bclm.com/events for more info.