Last Sunday, October 28, The Mind Museum in Taguig celebrated the annual Trick or Treat by organizing the Experiment Circus, giving a twist to the usual festivity which was educational in nature.
Creepy posters and scary displays were scattered around the place with the weird music in the background to keep the Halloween atmosphere alive.
Kids with pumpkin loot bags dressed in their Halloween costumes together with their parents roamed around the place checking every booth that displays different Halloween-related science experiments
Some of the kids tried to perform the different demonstrations with the very accommodating Wizards and Witches assisting them.
The venue had also a dark room where the glow-in-the-dark experiments were housed: Glowing Water, Bubbles, Mentos Geyser and Slime.
Stores selling cupcakes, cookies, lollipops, and candies with different creepy fondant objects were available outside the venue.
Can we consider it as a Halloween party without the Best in Costume Award? Of course not! The boy with the Oompa-Loompa attire and the cute little girl dressed as a pumpkin won the awards.
The event was very informative and an interesting way of spending the Halloween. For upcoming events, you can contact them at (02) 909-6463 or by visiting their website at http://www.themindmuseum.org.