Little explorers and adults alike experienced the Queensland Museum after dark in an action filed evening at A Night At The Museum.
Keep your eye out for the next opportunity to score tickets to A Night At The Museum as the whole family will love discovering what happens as the sun goes down.
All your favourite exhibits come to life with fun activities including the Street Science Workshop on how to make snow, Red Rocket’s live music, face painting, boogie with DJ Steph, the exploding Street Science Show, and a Wildlife Show.
As well as a night full of action packed activities, kids can explore the museum’s current exhibit’s which included exclusive insights into the worlds greatest experiment in Hadron Collider, the museums brand new Wild State Exhibition and intrigue their minds discovering the Sciencentre.
A selection of beverages and food to keep little and big appetites satisfied were available to purchase on the night including fish and chips, mini pizzas, and a licensed bar for the parents.
A Night At The Museum usually runs for one night during school holidays throughout the year so keep watch on the Queensland Museums website or subscribe to their email list for school holiday program updates.
Words and image by Michelle McDade
Details: A Night At The Museum | Queensland Museum | 7 April 2017 – yearly