You’re invited to join the Muttart Conservatory on Sunday, October 29th for some Halloween fun, for the whole family.
Join the Muttart Conservatory for a Spooky Good Time
Between 11am-3pm get in the Halloween spirit and come dressed in your costume, enjoy fun Halloween themed activities such as a scavenger hunt, games, roving entertainment, and a spray on tattoo station.
You’re also invited to take home your very own peek-a-boo flower, which looks like a creepy eyeball and take part in other hands-on crafts as well.
While you’re there check out the feature pyramid Curse of the Chrysanthemummies, which features gorgeous mums in a kaleidoscope of colours all dedicated to ancient Egyptian times.
Open until November 19th; not only will you see beautiful arrangements in beautiful colours but you can also learn about ancient Egyptian factoids such as – King Tutankhamen’s mummy was adorned with a chrysanthemum collar. Don’t forget to check out the other 3 pyramids, which feature plants from arid, temperature, and tropical zones.
These fun activities are included with regular admission, and to stay up to date on all events through the Muttart Conservatory check out their website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram .
Enter to win a family pass to the Muttart Conservatory Halloween event October 29th
I’ve teamed up with the Muttart Conservatory to give you the chance to win a family pack of admission to the October 29th Halloween celebration. Admission also includes access to the Curse of the Chrysanthemummies pyramid as well as the other 3 pyramids. Enter via the widget below.
This post was sponsored by the Muttart Conservatory, all opinions are my own.