Caracol will be open at night for night tours

Carla Padilla/El Vigia
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As part of its Halloween and Day of the Dead activities, Caracol Museo de Ciencias will carry out “Secrets of the Night”, i.e. a night tour of the facility’s facilities which will take place from Tuesday, October 31 to Thursday, November 2. .
Julia Bendemez Patterson, director of the museum, said that these distinctive tours include the Sea Room, where visitors will be able to learn more about the seas of Baja California in the time of pirates.
In addition, the topic allows us to discuss ships that have sunk in the area, species found in the deepest parts of the ocean, and bioluminescence, among other topics.
He explained that in the Earth Room, visitors will be able to listen to the narration of animal stories and the myths and legends of Baja California, as well as participate in “Sensorama,” a workshop in which participants use the sense of touch to identify the various items present in the museum.
Bendémez Patterson highlighted that the redemption fee for participating in the nighttime activities is the same as the entrance fee to the museum, which is a general admission of 80 pesos; 60 pesos for students, seniors or persons with disabilities; 50 pesos for children from 6 to 12 years old; It is free for children under 5 years old.
He pointed out that the night tours will start at 6:30 pm, but their space is limited, so it is important to register through the link https://linktr.ee/museocaracol.

Cooperative altar of the dead
Likewise, the museum director noted that in addition to the night tours, the Caracol Museo de Ciencias will create a traditional collaborative altar for the dead, in which the community will be able to participate.
He explained that to participate, those interested must share a small photo of the loved one they wish to include, in addition to a special item for the altar, such as marigold flowers, candles, and chopped paper, among other items that make up the altar. .
He finally indicated that photos and articles will be received daily from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm, until Wednesday, November 1.

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