A Night at the Museum – The Live Version

WINNIPEG, MB. – Did you watch the movie “A Night at the Museum” and think to yourself, that would be awesome? This is your chance and the place is the Manitoba Museum.

The Manitoba Museum will host the first ever DinoSnores: A Night at the Museum overnight June 3rd. Find out if the pliosaur comes alive in the Earth History Gallery? If the Mamenchisaurus run from the T. Rex in World’s Giant Dinosaurs?

Guests will travel back in time and learn how dinosaurs grew to be so big, investigate Manitoba’s history in the Museum Galleries, and discover the wonders of the universe in the Planetarium. Explore the Science Gallery and see amazing experiments with things that flash and go bang! Families will enjoy a pizza dinner, snacks, and a continental breakfast in the morning. Families are sure to be entertained all evening long with crafts, interactive storytelling, and a mystery scavenger hunt. Then, stay awake for a special walk through the darkened Museum Galleries with only a flashlight to guide you. Still too excited to sleep? Lean back in the Auditorium, grab some popcorn and enjoy a showing of Night at the Museum.

“For several years the Museum has offered large groups the MuZZZeum Sleepover experience, but we’ve never offered it to the general public,” says Mike Jensen, Programs Supervisor. “It’s very exciting to organize and offer this unique DinoSnores event to families, especially in connection with the World’s Giant Dinosaurs. Your family is sure to have an experience of a lifetime – one that they will never forget!”

You can purchase your tickets by May 30 at ManitobaMuseum.ca.

Kevin Klein, MyToba News

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Kevin Klein is President and CEO of MyToba News. The former publisher and CEO of the Winnipeg Sun, Kevin has spent several years in Canadian media working in newspapers, radio and television. A proud and passionate citizen of Winnipeg and Manitoba, Kevin is excited to bring you news, pictures and information on the many wonderful charity groups in our province. If you have an event you want us to know about, email Kevin at kevin@mytoba.ca and follow him on Twitter @kevinkleinwpg.
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