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A Night at the Museum: Halloween

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by Gemma Regan (subscribe)
Dr Gemma Regan I'm a writer, arts reviewer, a scientist, a UFO researcher and a Radio host for 4ZZZ 102.1FM with my show The Witching Hour exploring the paranormal, conspiracy and the esoteric. www.4zzzfm.org.au/program/the-witching-hour
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Dare you to spend a spooky night at the Queensland Museum?
If you ever wondered what it would be like to be in a museum full of dinosaur skeletons, spiders and stuffed animals? Wonder no more!

Queensland Museum is opening their doors on Friday for any brave kids and adults to spend a spooky night at the Museum after the sun goes down. Those who love Harry Potter will have a magical evening with bubbling cauldrons and you can learn how to brew up some squelchy slime.

DJ Steph is in the foyer for a boogie and there will be face painting, entertainers, science shows and a gecko wildlife show.
Queensland Museum, Halloween Night at the museum
An evening of magic and creep crawlies

For those who love the creepy crawlie,s you can get as close as you dare to scary giant hairy spiders and glow in the dark scorpions with QM's Dr Rob Raven, ugly insects including coffin beetles with Dr Christine Lambkin and Susan Wright, slithery snakes with Patrick Couper and Andrew Amey, weird jellyfish and sponges with Dr Merrick Ekins and see creepy crustaceans with Dr Marissa McNamara.
Queensland Museum, Halloween, Night at the Museum
Meet slithery snakes and creepy coffin beetles

You can even watch a taxidermist demonstrate how to revive a dead animal to look alive again, just like Frankenstein.

All the museum exhibitions are open including the new Monkeys: A Primate Story, Lost Creatures, Wild State and the Sparklab Scicentre.

Food and drink are available for purchase, including alcoholic drinks for the adults who need to steady their nerves.

So get dressed up in your scariest Halloween outfits, with prizes for the best costumes and enjoy a rare opportunity to enjoy a spooky night at the Queensland Museum, if you dare!
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Why? Dare you spend a spooky night at the Queensland Museum?
When: 5pm - 8pm
Phone: 61 (0)7 3840 7555
Where: Queensland Museum, corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank
Cost: Family pass $60 (Ann. Pass members $54), Adults $21 (A. Pass $18.90), Child $15 (A. Pass $13.50), 3's and under free
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