Five places for little monsters to get ghoulish this Halloween

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Five places for little monsters to get ghoulish this Halloween
Katherine Stewart

In the pantheon of all-time most-loved kids’ holidays, Halloween is right up there with Christmas—and for some little pirates and princesses, this creative and candy-filled time is tops. Trick-or-treating is traditional, but there are tons of other ways to get into the spooky spirit. Here are a few of our favorite places to creep out!
Little Rock’s annual Big Boo!seum Bash is back for its 22nd year of trick-or-treating with a twist—instead of going door-to-door, kids hop from one downtown museum to another, participating in games and raking in treats along the way. This year’s bash takes place on Thursday, October 26 from 5:30 to 8:30; participating locations include the Arkansas Arts Center, Central Arkansas Nature Center, Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock Visitor Center at Curran Hall, MacArthur Museum of Military History, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Museum of…

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