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For its 5th Halloween event, Cabrillo Aquarium to dredge up some real (and unreal) sea creatures

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Cabrillo Marine Aquarium’s 5th annual Halloween event, “Sea Scare,” will wash ashore on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 6pm to 9pm. The aquarium will be transformed into an underwater world of chills, thrills and gills. Participants are invited to attend dressed for the costume contest and join in the masquerade of spooks and ghouls, trick-or-treat throughout the aquarium at six different treat stations, or walk along the docks of the “Port Town” scare zone.
Attendees may visit the aquatic nursery for a special treasure hunt, witness scary sea creature feedings and chilling cryogenic demonstrations, then stop by the exploration center for some treats, participate in bioluminescent crafts and learn about deep-sea creatures that lurk in our oceans. Then they may enter the marine research library for some creepy creations and spooky stories.
Newly offered this year is a journey through the event’s haunted walk-through attraction, “Deep Fear,” that lets participants come face to face with the Aquarium’s resident cannibal, Red Bone, and to try their luck at some games of chance or have their fortunes read at the newly expanded “Voodoo Village.” Also available will be: close-up magic, a hula-hoop contest, dancing in the all-new “Sea Scare Glow Party Zone,” and the stage show “Evilution.”
Admission is $5 for adults and $1 for children and seniors. Aquarium members are free. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium is located at 3720 Stephen M. White Drive in San Pedro. For more information or costume guidelines, call (310) 548-7562 or visit

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For its 5th Halloween event, Cabrillo Aquarium to dredge up some real (and unreal) sea creatures