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A Haunted House in the basement of the LaSalle Hotel is just one of many attractions October 28-29 in Downtown Bryan..For a fun-filled weekend on October 28-29 after the Missouri football game at Texas A&M University, complete your weekend by heading down to downtown Bryan’s Wacky, Wicked Weekend. A Haunted House in the basement of the LaSalle Hotel is just one of many attractions. Admission is $1 or a non-perishable food item to benefit the Food Bank. The Haunted House opens at 5 p.m. both days and will be 'G-rated with a Disney theme that is “spooky but not scary” for younger kids; from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. the Haunted House will be “scary not spooky” for those 15 years and older.

Other attractions include spooky carriage rides, a downtown scavenger hunt where you can win fantastic prizes and Model T and Model A car parades. There will also be haunted history walking tours that are led by local historians dressed in period costume. In the fun arts and crafts area at The Children’s Museum, there will be mini pumpkins to paint and face painting available.

The Downtown Bryan Association will be sponsoring a Downtown Merchant Window Decorating Contest where you can vote for your favorite window display. For more information about all the weekend events, call (979) 822-4920.

A Haunted House in the basement of the LaSalle Hotel is just one of many attractions October 28-29 in Downtown Bryan.For a fun-filled weekend on October 28-29 after the Missouri football game at Texas A&M University, head to downtown Bryan’s Wacky, Wicked Weekend. A Haunted House in the basement of the LaSalle Hotel is just one of many attractions, and admission is $1 or a non-perishable food item to benefit the Food Bank. The Haunted House opens at 5 p.m. both days and will be G-rated with a Disney theme that is “spooky but not scary” for younger kids until 9 p.m.; from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. the Haunted House will be “scary not spooky” for those 15 years and older.

Other attractions include Trick or Treating at downtown merchants, spooky carriage rides, a downtown scavenger hunt where you can win fantastic prizes and Model T and Model A car parades. There will also be haunted history walking tours led by local historians dressed in period costume. In the fun arts and crafts area at The Children’s Museum, there will be mini pumpkins to paint and face painting available.

The Downtown Bryan Association will be sponsoring a Downtown Merchant Window Decorating Contest where you can vote for your favorite window display. For more information about all the weekend events, call (979) 822-4920.