Harrison Presidential Site hosts “The Witching Hour”

So spooooky!! Get a scare with Candlelight Theatre’s “The Witching Hour,” an original, interactive theatre experience and guests will encounter characters from the play as they walk through the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Audiences will have a fun and frightful experience through tales told by witches both historical and fictional. Coventon, the only School of Wizardry and Witchcraft in North America, is opening its doors and vetting future wand-wielders from Indianapolis. Head-hunters will be on the grounds of the Presidential Site to introduce potential recruits to the school’s varied and nefarious staff.

Each play is performed in a different room of the mansion complete with candlelight and the rich ambiance of original President Harrison furnishings.

bWHEN: October 14-15, and 21-23 | Fri. and Sat. 6:00 – 8:00pm and Sun. 2:00 – 4:30pm

WHERE: Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
1230 N. Delaware St., downtown Indianapolis

$14.50 Member Adults, students ages 6-12 (not recommended for children under 6)
$17.50 Non-Member Adult

REGISTER: Online at www.PresidentBenjaminHarrison.org before tickets sell out!

-Proceeds from Candlelight Theatre support the Presidential Site’s education programs that serve over 17,000 children per year

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site celebrates the remarkable legacy of America’s Hoosier President. The museum is a national historic landmark situated within easy walking distance of downtown Indianapolis and the bustling 16th Street corridor. The 1875 Italianate mansion is exquisitely restored, and has an exceptional collection of more than 10,000 artifacts. Daily tours of the property include a 75 minute guided tour through the Harrison house and private quarters. Highlights include an awe-inspiring collection of Gilded Age finery, paintings, furniture and personal presidential gifts and mementos. The privately operated, non-profit organization receives no direct tax support and is dedicated to sharing the life stories, arts and culture of an American President to increase public participation in the American system of self-government.

To learn more, visit:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BenjaminHarrisonPresidentialSite/
Twitter: @PresBenHarrison