SAN PEDRO – Visitors will see Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in a different – spookier—light as it is transformed into an underwater world for chills, thrills and gills.
Guests are invited to dress in costumes during the spooktacular event scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25 at Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive in San Pedro.
There will be a masquerade of ghouls and goblins, trick-or-treating throughout the aquarium and spooky entertainment. Visit the aquarium’ s aquatic nursery for a special treasure hunt, the scary sea creature feeding, or learn to make your own slime and learn what ocean animals use slime to survive.
Stop by the Exploration Center for some treats, participate in bioluminescent crafts and learn about deep-sea creatures that lurk in the ocean. Enter the Marine Research Library for some creepy creations and spooky stories.
Take a journey through the haunted boardwalk and try your luck at carnival games or have your fortune read. Then dance the night away at the Sea Scare Party Zone with a live DJ and fun games.
Kids of all ages can participate in activities at the Craft Corner such as spooky cookie decorating, slime making, trick-or-treat bag decorating, mask making, plus much more.Don’t forget to enter the costume contest for your chance to win some spook-tacular prizes.
Pricing for Sea Scare is $5 adult/ $1 for children through the pre-sale admission; $7 adult/ $3 children on day of event. Free for FRIENDS members. For more information, call (310) 548-7562 or visit cabrillomarineaquarium.org.