Find out what happens at night at The Charleston Museum

DOWNTOWN (WCSC) - The Charleston Museum will be extending their hours for one special night in June to give the public a glimpse of what happens when the lights go out.

Nighttime at the Museum will be held on June 1 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This year's theme, "What is it?", will explore curious and odd things throughout history.

A number of historians will be on hand dressed in period attire. Children can expect to see a colonial herbal woman, a medieval knight, and a Civil War soldier just to name a few. Guests can even get in on the act by dressing in a historic costume.

A pizza dinner will be provided, followed by a trip to an ice cream station.

Tickets are $10 for member adults or $20 for non-member adults. Tickets are $5 for children who are members or $10 for non-member children. Children under 3-years-old get in free.

You can register online by clicking here.