Tampa Bay History Center - A Night at the Museum Halloween Event
32 people are interested
This is a Halloween themed event for children and families where they can trick or treat in the galleries, interact with historic reenactors, costumed characters (Including the Star Wars 501 st Legion, Ghost busters), take part in crafts and games, raffle, prizes, costume contests and more.
We are on the lookout for volunteers as we are getting close since we still have a need for help in certain areas. The event takes place during two sessions:
Session One - 1:15 pm - 3:45 pm
Session Two - 3:45 pm - 6:15 pm
We would appreciate anyone willing to assist with:
Helping with check-ins each session
Crafts and games
Delivering candy to trick or treat stations
Please let us know if you are interested in one or both sessions.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Tampa Bay History Center
225 S Franklin St, Tampa, FL 33602, US
The Tampa Bay History Center is dedicated to discovering, preserving, and interpreting the rich cultural heritage of the Tampa Bay region.
The Tampa Bay History Center's new 60,000-square-foot museum is opening in December 2008. Located in Tampa's Channelside district, the museum is situated on the waterfront overlooking Cotanchobee-Fort Brooke Park. The four-level building features two floors of interactive exhibits, theater presentations, map center, research library, classrooms, event space, museum store, Columbia Cafe, and more.
Following in the footsteps of our area's first native inhabitants, Spanish conquistadors, pioneers, presidents, sports legends, and railroad tycoons, visitors can explore 500 years of recorded history and 12,000 years of human habitation in the Tampa Bay region. They can stroll through a 1920s cigar store, experience a theater presentation, create their own citrus labels, discover an 1800s Cracker cabin, view World War II artifacts, and more.
801 Old Water StreetTampa, FL 33602
- Must be at least 16
- 1:15-3:45 pm and/or 3:45-6:15 pm