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Space out on Halloween at Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

By Jaz Joyner

Don your faux astronaut apparel this Halloween for free (free!) entry into the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.

That's right, when the ghoulish holiday roles around in a couple weeks Intrepid will open its doors to you for the price of zero dollars and zero cents just as long as you wear some sort of space-themed outfit (yes, a hat made of foil totally counts—though the power of those are still up for debate). So make your way to the aircraft and NASA-centric museum and check out all the planes, submarines and stars you can. We've even highlighted a few exhibits to help you navigate your day:

  • Celebrate 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope with the brand-spankin' new HUBBLE@25 exhibit, opening on October 23rd.
  • Experience the life of a sub pilot at “Submerged”, an interactive exhibit where you’re encouraged to explore the Growler, the only strategic missile submarine in the United States open to the public.
  • This long-running staple of the museum lets you walk close to and under the 180-foot-long, six-story Shuttle of the Intrepid prototype.


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