The world famous home haunt has been resurrected at the Natural History Museum!
Featuring familiar sights for long-time Boney Island fans – skeletons performing rope tricks, levitating through hoops, shadow puppetry and more – NHM will put its own spin on the event with artistic performances, real fossils, live animal presentations, trick-or-treating, and other ghoulishly glowing installations. Explore the garden paths, as creepy crawlies, silly skeletons and carnivores from the Cretaceous abound!
Nature Gardens Transformed
Wander through the gardens and encounter packs of festively fiendish animals celebrating Halloween in the Deadwood Forest, meet talking and singing plants in the Hauntington Gardens, and discover prehistoric creatures in the Prime Evil Pass. Take a stroll through the Haunted Hallowe’en Light Trail, hear a skeleton orchestra playing classical music, and enjoy a haunted-mansion cauldron water show.
Surprise demonstrations from our Live Animals team, special presentations of Museum Collections, and performances will take place at the Magic Theater near the Pirates Pond!*
Food trucks, photo ops, and exclusive Boney Island merchandise will be available during the event.