Character in Scooby-Doo museum hunt

Kids can win toys by hunting for Scoob and his pals at the National Children's Museum Eureka.
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A Scooby-Doo Morphing Monsters mystery hunt is taking place over half term at the Eureka National Children’s Museum in Halifax.

Museum-going kids can hunt for Scooby-Doo and friends or take part in a colouring-in competition to win prizes from Character’s Scooby-Doo toy collection, which includes Morphing Monsters.

Held in Eureka’s Ghost Town area, the hunt began on October 20th and ends on Saturday November 3rd.

Commenting, Jenny Parker, Play and Learning co-ordinator from Eureka said: “We are delighted to work with Character Options and have Scooby-Doo as part of our awesome Halloween festivities. It adds a truly spooky dimension to our programme of activities and fits perfectly with Halloween and all that we have planned for the kids who visit.”

Rachel Copeland Jones from Character Options said: “The scary fortnight of activities at Eureka was an ideal opportunity for our Scooby-Doo brand and we know the kids will love to be part of the mystery tour and pretend to be just like Scooby-Doo and the gang. This is a fantastic opportunity and will ensure heightened brand awareness amongst the thousands of children throughout the two weeks of half term.”

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