Jack-O-Lantern Lane is a newly-designed, family-friendly walk-through Halloween experience that excites, delights, but doesn’t fright. Dr. Frankenstein has moved into town and he needs your help to bring science to life! To get to Frankenstein’s Lab, stroll through Jack-O-Lantern Lane and explore the giant Newton’s Cradle, the science of the color-changing Circuit House, and more exhibit stations. At the end of your journey, use your knowledge to help Dr. Frankenstein with his lively experiments, such as FrankenToys, Monster Masks, and more. Before you leave, discover the science behind Dr. Frankenstein’s greatest creation during the It’s Alive! Live Science Show on weekends.
What Visitors Can Do
Try out different methods of making FrankenToys, Monster Masks, Squishy Circuits, and more in Frankenstein’s Lab.
Navigate through a not-so-spooky forest and watch colors pop from the wall with our special chromadepth glasses.
Don’t miss our new It’s Alive! Live Science Show on weekends.
Experiment with a color-changing circuit house.
Discover how quickly sound travels with the sound tree.
Explore with magnetic gears on our stone wall, visit Newton’s pumpkins, and much more.
Take a family photo in our fall-themed photo op area.
Stroll through town and admire more than 50 spectacular Jack-O-Lanterns.
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Visitor Services Associates operate the Da Vinci Science Center’s Welcome Center and Curiosity Shop retail store. Associates sell merchandise and admission related products while providing a high level of customer service to all Science Center visitors. EOE
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