Haunting Halloween Exhibits

Haunted Harley

October 18th through November 10th, 2013

The one-of-a-kind “Haunted Harley” provided by Bob Finkle of Carlisle. This frightful HOG has been transformed with unique audio-visual effects, 3-Dimensional animations, and LED lights to create a ghastly display that the entire family can appreciate. This 2006 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider will be available October 18th through November 10th, so be sure to come and enjoy the first and only LED animated motorcycle in the world!


The 1924 wooden bodied REO Funeral Hearse on display in the AACA Museum Lobby

Guests can enjoy a collection of all black vehicles in two sections of our main gallery – highlighted by one lone orange vehicle, an AMX in big bad orange!


1929 Graham-Paige 612



We’re also showcasing a 1929 Graham-Paige 612 Radiator Shell featuring 30 hand painted characters from a variety of sci-fi and horror movies. The images include: Frankenstein from 1931, Bride of Frankenstein from 1935, Thriller from 1984, Dracula from 1931, The Mummy, Friday the 13th, Psycho and many, more favorites.


Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 26 from 12 (Noon) – 3PM

Trunk or Treat is our annual family trick or treat event which will take place on Saturday, October 26 from 12 (Noon) -3PM throughout the galleries of the AACA Museum. Dress in your favorite Halloween costume and enjoy an entertaining afternoon of family fun! Trunk or Treaters 12 years of age or younger can create their own treat bag using a variety of art supplies then begin their journey to discover treat spots throughout the AACA Museum. Not so scary Halloween theme cartoons will be played in the 1950s drive-in. Don’t forget to see the witch for some candy in the inflatable Haunted House! Treats courtesy of The Hershey Company. Best of all admission is just $5 so come out and join the fun!

Note: For the safety and courtesy of all guests, please leave all pointed or sharp costume accessories at home or in your vehicle.