Tickets to “A Night at Heritage Hall” in Marion is $7/person (advance sales) and $8/person at the door.
When: March 24 & 25, 2017 from 7pm to 9:30pm (Registration deadline)
Location: (Map It) Heritage Hall, 169 East Church Street, Marion Ohio
The Marion County Historical Society will host “A Night at Heritage Hall”; two fun-filled evenings of self-guided flashlight tours throughout the museum, a historic 1910 Federal Post Office. For hardy adventurers who take the opportunity to experience Marion County and Ohio history, it will be an exciting night with surprises around every corner! Intrepid explorers will find over 50 characters each night ranging from Native Americans and pioneers to Presidents and even a Vietnam soldier on patrol. Only at “A Night At Heritage Hall” can visitors meet Civil War soldiers who regale them with tales of war and glory, converse with a president or two, join a Temperance march, and meet Quaker conductors on the Underground Railroad. The event was inspired by the movie “Night At the Museum” where good-hearted dreamer Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) is hired as night watchman at the Museum of Natural History and discovers that all the exhibits come to life after the sun sets. To register your family or group for one of the flashlight tours, send your check or money order to NAHH Heritage Hall, 169 East Church Street, Marion OH 43302 (be sure to specify which night) or purchase tickets online. More information can be obtained by calling the Marion County Historical Society at 740-387-4255. The pre-registration deadline is March 21. Registration is limited so don’t delay call today!