A Night at the Museum: Halloween

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Ideal for ages 5 to 12Two bat silhouette

We’re summoning the weird, the wonderful and almost whimsical of creatures to delight our smallest witches, wizards and werewolves for our special Halloween edition of A Night at the Museum.

Show some fang-tastic flare! There are best Halloween costumes prizes up for grabs.

The night at a glance

A night at the Museum spider display Exhibitions
  • SparkLab, Sciencentre
  • Monkeys: A Primate Story
  • Lost Creatures
  • Wild State
Entertainment
  • DJ Steph
  • Roving entertainers
  • Balloons and face painting
  • Geckoes Wildlife Show
  • Science Shows
Research Experts and Displays
  • Discovery Centre pop up
  • Taxidermy demonstrations
  • Live snakes with QM’s Patrick Couper and Andrew Amey
  • Spiders and glow in the dark scorpions with QM’s Dr Rob Raven
  • Creepy crustaceans with QM’s Dr Marissa McNamara
  • Jellyfish and sponges with QM’s Dr Merrick Ekins
  • Live insects with Dr Christine Lambkin and Susan Wright

Tickets

General Admission Annual Pass*
Adult: $21
Adult: $18.90
Child: $15
(3-15 years)
Child: $13.50
(3-15 years)
Child: Free
(under 3)
Child: Free
(under 3)
Family: $60
(2 Adults and 2 Children)
Family: $54
(2 Adults and 2 Children)

*Have your Annual Pass ready with your ticket for entry.

So what’s your spooktacular night include?

Brush up on your parseltongue, it’s time to meet a diamond python or perhaps you’d rather the arachnids. See whopping great water spiders, deadly funnel-webs and hairy tarantulas, they’re live and thankfully not as big as Aragog. Get up close to creatures that prefer the night time and meet some creepy crawlies. See the drawer of scary insects, including the death’s-head hawkmoth, coffin beetles and thorn devil insect.

Single bat silhouette

Maybe you’re fan of the creatures that live under the sea. We’ve got the type that would do the bidding Ursula the sea sorceress. From jellyfish to decorator crabs to the deadly mantis shrimp, the depths of the ocean house many fascinating creatures with secret lives that will surprise and amaze you.

Practice your witch cackle as you move mist and create clouds in the SparkLab, Sciencentre. Go bananas for the new Monkeys! A primate story exhibition, get up close to monstrous specimens in Lost Creatures, and take a walk on the wild side in Wild State.

Visit the Primate lineup and see if you can identify our distant and not so distant relatives from their replica primate skulls.

Even though you’re not in the lab, still come and see what’s on the slab. See real-life specimens as our taxidermists demonstrate their craft. And just a jump to the left… its bubbling cauldrons, spooky slime and casting science spells – explore the strange science of fluids and how they bring Halloween to life!

A night at the Museum snake display 

Food and Drink

A selection of hot and cold family friendly food and drinks will available for purchase. The event is licensed. ID will be required to purchase alcohol.

Event Details

Dates
26 October 2018, 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Location
Level 0 ENERGEX Playasaurus Place

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