Looking for Halloween plans with your pup? Orlando’s Museum of Illusions hosts ‘Puppy Paw-ty’ 2022

1-day-only ‘paw-ty’ is set for Oct. 13

Gardenia is a puppy who traveled miles from her hometown in the valley to increase her chances of finding a forever home. (Houston Humane Society)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Museum of Illusions Orlando is bringing back its 4th annual ‘Puppy Paw-ty’ for all those furry friends in the City Beautiful.

The museum will open its doors a little later than usual for the event from 6 to 9 p.m.

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Visitors (and four-legged guests) will have the opportunity to take one-of-a-kind pictures with the immersive and interactive experiences throughout the museum.

There’s no need to use photoshop as the museum has plenty of rooms to make humans and pups appear bigger or smaller, upside down and even multiplied.

“We love having guests bring their dogs in and seeing all the fun photos they take with their pups in our illusions. The photo paw-sibilities are endless!” Marc Gregory Tipton, sales and marketing director for the museum, said in a news release.

This year’s edition will feature a Halloween-themed experience. Visitors are encouraged to get creative and dress up their canine best friends for the evening’s costume contest. The lucky winner will get $150.

Tickets are $29.99. One ticket admits one person and one dog. All guests will receive a free return ticket to the museum. For more information visit the museum’s website.

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