A weekend of spooky activities at museum

Pic Caption: Twins  Clara & Abi Finlayson (aged 3) in a cockpit at the National Museum of Flight training for Air & Scare on the 25th to 26th October, 10am-5pm.''The National Museum of Flight's Air and Scare Halloween event, takes place over the weekend of 25 and 26 October at East Fortune, giving visitors the chance to be spooked by ghostly stories, scary activities and spine-tingling shows.''Featuring a haunted house, a 'Rattle Your Bones' land train tour, and 'Make and Take' activities including lantern, mask and dancing skeleton-making, Air and Scare Halloween offers plenty to occupy your little devils throughout the weekend.'' Neil Hanna Photography'www.neilhannaphotography.co.uk'07702 246823
Pic Caption: Twins Clara & Abi Finlayson (aged 3) in a cockpit at the National Museum of Flight training for Air & Scare on the 25th to 26th October, 10am-5pm.''The National Museum of Flight's Air and Scare Halloween event, takes place over the weekend of 25 and 26 October at East Fortune, giving visitors the chance to be spooked by ghostly stories, scary activities and spine-tingling shows.''Featuring a haunted house, a 'Rattle Your Bones' land train tour, and 'Make and Take' activities including lantern, mask and dancing skeleton-making, Air and Scare Halloween offers plenty to occupy your little devils throughout the weekend.'' Neil Hanna Photography'www.neilhannaphotography.co.uk'07702 246823

The National Museum of Flight’s Air and Scare Halloween event, takes place this weekend (October 25/26) at East Fortune, giving visitors the chance to be spooked by ghostly stories, scary activities and spine-tingling shows.

Featuring a haunted house, a ‘Rattle Your Bones’ land train tour, and ‘Make and Take’ activities including lantern, mask and dancing skeleton-making, Air and Scare Halloween offers plenty to occupy your little devils throughout the weekend.

Other sessions include Gladys Chucklebutty’s Halloween Magic and Scary Balloon Show, a Super-Scary Science Show based on exhibits on site and spooky storytelling (Saturday only).

Strange sightings and things that go bump in the night have often featured at the National Museum of Flight with numerous staff reporting unexplained incidents including moving aircraft controls, dark shadows, mysterious taps on the shoulder, sightings of figures in aircraft uniforms and the unexplained sound of footsteps.

Air and Scare Halloween activities are included in the entrance fee to the National Museum of Flight over the weekend.