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Houdini Museum

1433 North Main Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508 | (570) 342–5555
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Type: Museums & Monuments, Seasonal Events, Animals, and Guided Tours
Ages: Ages 3 — adult
Cost: $$
Hours of operation: Open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day

Brush up on your magic skills or simply enjoy having your eyes deceived at the Houdini Museum.  The museum includes a fun stage magic show in an intimate theater with noted professional magicians and live animals such as doves, a rabbit, a duck and two poodles for cuteness sake.  By Reservation. Open every day from July to Labor day weekend. Other months, weekends. 2 1/2 hours plus. Movie, guided tour and 55 minute stage magic show.  Magicians have been featured on national TV. Souvenirs available. Private birthday parties available all years as well as school groups any day of the year.
http://Houdini.org

Totally different events also availabe.. Evenings - by reservation  
Psychic Theater's HAUNTED!  
" Mysteries of THE Beyond."  
Starting at 8 PM. Advance reservations required. Most Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays & Sundays, AND EVERY FRIDAY THE 13TH.  
http://PsychicTheater.com
Tickets also available for every evening's Scranton Ghost walk. http://ScrantonGhostWalk.com


1 Review for Houdini Museum

December 23 2010
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"Fun with the Family"

Featured on the Travel Channel’s Magic Road Trip, the Houdini Museum is a must-see for budding magicians. The museum takes visitors back to the days of vaudeville, when traveling performers like Houdini frequently visited the Scranton area. There are continuous guided tours, a film, and nonstop magic shows, along with Houdini memorabilia and exhibits about Scranton’s vaudeville past. A wonderful magic show is performed by nationally known magicians such as Dorothy Dietrich and Bravo the Great. Lots of laughs, live animals, and audience participation.
The Halloween “Spook-tacular” Theater of Illusion takes place from Columbus Day through Halloween. Appropriate for all ages, this magic show features classic illusions with nothing too scary for little ones.

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