The ’90s and early 2000s art exhibit has two boo-tastic and spook-tastic installations for the Halloween season, but don’t worry, Mom, it’s all fun and games—so even your 1-year-old can enjoy it. Museum of Memories, located near Deep Ellum, announced their special installations will only be open from Oct. 10–31, so hurry before they are gone.
When you reach the top of the stairs, you first get a glimpse at the lime green wall that reads “Museum of Memories” right next to some faux, life-size candy. The wall is decked out with sweets—assorted candies, lollipops and the holiday favorite, candy corn—in the true Halloween colors of green, orange and purple.
Head to the right and turn the corner for the second installation that spews some clever tongue-in-cheeks: “Life is scary. Find your boos!” and “I’ll never ghost you.” Our favorite part of the installation is the witch’s cauldron filled with pink, purple and white plastic balls. There is even a string of purple balloons with “eye balls” peeking out as if it were a cloud of purple smoke. The wall behind it says, “I put a spell on you!” There are even two witch hats to wear while snapping a cute and spooky photo of you and your kiddo for your Instagram.
The mastermind behind the art was once again Steffi Lynn. Within a few days, Steffi painted the installations. For the upcoming holidays, Steffi hopes to create some more special installations to reflect the seasons, which should only cause Museum of Memories to close for a couple days. Be sure to check their social media in case of closures.
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