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Home Run Halloween

Exhibits and Events
October 21st
  • 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
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Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory plans another wicked-fun celebration on Sunday, October 21st, with the return of Home Run Halloween. This hauntingly good time features FREE admission for all children in costume, and trick-or-treating throughout the factory and museum. We've got lots of candy - the good stuff!

In addition to trick-or-treating and other fun games and activities, all children ages 12 and under receive a FREE special-edition Halloween mini-bat.

Guests can also pose with The World’s Largest Vampire Stake. The stake is more than 8-feet long and fits right in with the theme of big things at the museum. We're already the home of The Big Bat and a giant ball and glove sculpture carved from limestone.

Included with admission is an Actor's Theatre program on how to make edible stage blood! Guests can dip marshmallows in the dramatic stage blood and dine on the gooey goodness. We will also have prizes for those brave enough to try a bug-eating contest, plus S'mores Minute-to-Win-It games.

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Home Run Halloween
October 21st 2018
Daily Through October 16th 2018

Home Run Halloween

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory plans another wicked-fun celebration on Sunday, October 21st, with the return of Home Run Halloween.

Daily
Senior BOGO!
August 29th 2018
Daily Through October 28th 2018

Senior BOGO!

If 50 is the new 30, then 60 is the new steal with this deal! Snap up this special offer in-person. Just ask for the Senior BOGO discount at our ticket counter during September and October.

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