Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Wicked Workshop offers family-friendly frights
Wicked Workshop celebrates 49th year
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INDIANAPOLIS - Families looking to get a head start on Halloween will find lots of tricks and treats at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis' Wicked Workshop.
The museum's family-friendly haunted house is celebrating its 49th year and kicks off this Saturday.
Event organizers said that families can expect to see friendly witches, frightening ghosts and skeletons.
"We create all things Halloween. We have a 'broom room' where witches are producing witch brooms, witch shoes and witch hats. We have a 'bone zone' which is where skeletons are being assembled," said spokeswoman Allison Steck.
The haunted house caters to children of all ages and even offers special hours for younger Hoosiers.
"We offer 'IPL Lights On' hours for younger children. It's a trick-or-treat experience. We also offer 'Defender Direct Frightening' hours for those that dare to be scared. It is a scary experience when the lights are turned off," Steck said.
The Wicked Workshop opens Saturday and runs through Halloween.
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