Trunk or Treat

“Trunk or Treat” at the AACA Museum

Hershey, PA (October 10, 2016) — Calling all little zombies, witches, and wizards! Come join the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum in Hershey for our annual “Trunk or Treat” extravaganza.  Admission is just $7 per person on Saturday, October 22, and kids 12 and under are invited to participate in the “Trunk or Treat” program.

Dress in your favorite Halloween costume and enjoy an entertaining afternoon of family fun!  Let the amusement begin at crafting tables, where kids will decorate their own “Trunk or Treat” bags using various car and Halloween stamps, stickers, markers and more.

Once they’ve personalized their own treat bag, the hunt begins to locate a variety of “Trunk or Treat” spots within the main and lower levels of the Museum.  Be sure to look for the inflatable Haunted House with treats from the witch – always a favorite!   After the “Trunk or Treaters” have exhausted themselves exploring the Museum and collecting treats provided by our generous sponsor: The Hershey Company, they can wind down with Halloween themed videos playing in our indoor Drive-in theatre.

From October 17-30, the AACA Museum will also have special Halloween themed vehicles including:

  • The 1924 wooden bodied REO Funeral hearse and a 1973 S&S Victoria hearse will be on display
  • The one of a kind custom built Coffin Car
  • An assortment of vehicles will adorn the main gallery to get you in the “spirit”

This is also your last chance to see our special exhibits, Steampunk U and Mods Vs. Rockers extended until 10/29.

The AACA Museum is dedicated to providing the whole family with an enjoyable All Hallows’ Eve in a safe, wickedly fun, and educational environment.  Come enjoy car scenes from a wide variety of decades that bring to mind spirits and maybe some spooky ghosts of the past, while enjoying a fabulous collection of vehicles.

Special note:  We are asking all miniature ghosts, goblins, pirates and more to leave any sharp or pointed costume accessories at home so as not to injure other guests or Museum vehicles.