Each year, The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures decorates its gallery spaces for Halloween during the month of October.
Halloween was one of our museum founder Patricia Arnell's favorite holidays. Throughout the year you can enjoy Creepy Hollow, Cauldron Coven, Bone-a-Part's Bistro, and other spooky fun– but every October, we decorate the lobby and galleries for HalloWEEn to really revel in the season. Our brand of spooky is mysterious and kooky- no blood and gore here. Come see us during HalloWEEn.
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