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Living Wax Museum

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Well Halloween is almost hear and many people are getting excited to check out all of the haunted houses.  However, not everyone is up for the scare, so the Wichita Falls Theatre is having their 3rd Annual Living Wax Museum.

It is a great alternative to haunted house for younger children and your entire family.

Now if you have never been to a living wax museum, it's a little different than your typical was museum.  The Wichita Theatre takes real characters and actors frozen in time and put them is displays to feel like you are actually visiting a museum.

They will have tour guides that will take you through the entire display.  This year there are 12 different displays.  They will have games, give tickets away to "Beauty And The Beast," play "It's The Great Pumpkin: Charlie Brown," and much more.

The goal is to be able to provide something for the younger children, especially during this time of the year.

The event is Saturday, October 26th, 2013.  It will only cost you $7 per child and adults are free.  The event is happening from 1:00p.m. until 6:00p.m. so make sure to head on out!

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