Member-Exclusive Halloween Party

Friday, October 27, 2017

6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

(Trick-and-)Treat your family to our member-exclusive, family-favorite Halloween celebration—featuring the immersively nerdy, incredibly cool Science of Sharks! Make a splash with your marine-themed costume, and strut your stuff in our madcap costume contest for your chance to win great prizes. From an Aquarium full of activities to a Giant Ocean Tank full of festively frocked divers, this will be a night to remember. DJ and entertainment provided by Joie de Vivre Events, with a cash snack bar to help fuel the fun.

Dress to impress because we award prizes in the following costume contest categories:

  • best child costume
  • best adult costume
  • best group costume
  • best Science of Sharks-themed costume

Members, you can start the party early by posting your Fish, Fun, and Fright preparation photos to #FishFunFright―you may even see yourself on the screens at the top of the Giant Ocean Tank during the event!

Tickets goes on sale for Premium members at noon on Monday, October 2 and for Standard members at noon on Tuesday, October 3. If you are still seeing this page after noon, please completely exit and restart your web browser.

Bring your friends! For this special event, we offer guest rate tickets, doubling the number of guests who can be admitted on your membership. For example, a Standard 4 level member may purchase 4 tickets at the member rate and 4 tickets at the guest rate.

Tickets:

  • Member Rates: Adults $21; Children (3-11) $14
  • Member’s Guest Rates: Adults $24; Children (3-11) $17
  • As always, children 2 and under are free and do not need a reservation.

So mark your calendar, be sure to get your tickets early, and join us for a scary-good time! We look forward to seeing you here.

Have a question? Contact us at members@neaq.org or call 617-973-6564.

Advance ticket purchase required. Your membership must be valid for the requested admissions on both the purchase date and the date of the event. Memberships are nontransferable and someone from the member household must be present for the group to be admitted.