With Halloween closing in, Dragon Lights Albuquerque is partnering with Dragons House of Horror to provide a spooky Halloween experience for kids 15 years and younger at Expo New Mexico on October 31 appropriately titled “Dragons Halloween.”
Dragon Lights Albuquerque, a Chinese cultural festival featuring larger-than-life fully-illuminated lanterns, cultural performances, and Chinese handicrafts, is partnering with Dragons House of Horror, the Guinness Book of World Records’ holder for world’s longest indoor walking horror house, to provide a special complimentary Halloween experience for children 15 years old and younger at EXPO New Mexico on October 31.
The event appropriately titled “Dragons Halloween” features a haunted house tour and trick or treat for children.
Children will enter through Dragons House of Horror and will tour the haunted house while collecting Halloween candy.
Following the walk through the haunted house, children will be escorted to Dragon Lights Albuquerque where they will enjoy trick-or-treating alongside the gigantic 40-foot long dragon lantern, a 20-foot tall shark lantern, and other lantern exhibits.
Dragons Halloween is free for children 15 years old and younger and their accompanying family members or guardians. Doors will open promptly at 4 p.m. and the event will last until 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31 at EXPO New Mexico.
Costumes are encouraged and bags will be provided to collect Halloween candy. For additional information on Dragons Halloween, please call (888) 484-2698.
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