A new photo experience prepares to get people into the Halloween spirit at Tysons Corner Center.
American Scream, a self-described “selfie museum,” will allow guests to take spooky photos with a variety of props and interactive displays.
Patrons can visit the pop-up after Sep. 13 near the Lord and Taylor on the first level of the mall, according to a press release. General admission is $18.
Open until Nov. 3, this temporary museum will let participants experience horror themes such as morgues, clowns and haunted dolls.
“The American Scream Selfie Museum will feature unique, interactive exhibits that will make you both laugh and scream and the star of eye-popping selfies,” the press release said. “Visitors of this seasonal pop-up activation can be the star of their own horror movie.”
Photo courtesy of American Scream
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