This Halloween, we dare you to sneak into Glasgow Science Centre after hours, where you are free to roam all the haunted exhibits, child-free, with a drink in hand.
Science Lates – Fright Night will open its doors to an immersive world of tricks and treats on Saturday 26 October from 6pm–10.30pm.
Their adults-only events are a unique way to start your weekend with a bang, where presenters will talk you through the hidden elements of the periodic table in their live show – Monster Science – packed full with explosive and fiery demos.
Enter the Planetarium and join the crew on an immersive Mission to Titan. Plunged into the darkness of space, where no one can hear you scream, in this terrifying trip in search of a missing space crew.
Can you solve the cryptic research left behind during a zombie virus outbreak, find the cure and get out alive? Join researchers in Escape, the zombie run and puzzle room experience, presented by special guests Scare Scotland – Scotland’s premier scare providers.
With local experts showcasing their research and providing spooky experiences, served alongside fantastic food and boozy beverages this will sure to be a night you will never forget.
This year at Glasgow’s best Halloween Horror experience, Glasgow Science Centre will be open only to the bravest amongst us.
Guests at previous Science Lates are raving about it…
“I would thoroughly recommend going to one of these if you can. It is well suited for those who are really into science and those who are just looking for a different fun evening out.” [TripAdvisor]
“Really different idea for a good night out with anyone. Booze and science are awesome!”
There is so much to see and do at Glasgow Science Centre, but why should children get to have all the fun? Tickets for the Science Lates Fright Night are available to purchase online now and students can receive one third off the standard price.