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WA Museum Dinosaur Discovery - Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous

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by Preeti C (subscribe)
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Awaken your imagination
If you thought the Dinosaur Discovery exhibition of life-sized Cretaceous creatures was only for children, think again. Get down to the WA Museum until Sunday August 3rd 2014 to see the giant reptiles and live out your very own Jurassic Park fantasy.



If you want to escape the pint-sized patrons, visit on a Friday after work. By popular demand the Cretaceous Pop-up Bar instalment has been extended and will be operating on Friday evenings from 5:30 - 9pm on June 27, July 4, July 11, and July 18.



With mood lighting, a DJ, a bar, and all of the usual exhibition open to patrons, this is an educational and fun way to start the weekend. The bar serves bar food and the following drinks:

Swamp Vodka Mojito $14.00
Sparkling, White & Red Wine from $8.00
Cider from $8.00
Beer from $6.00
Soft Drinks from $4.00

dinosaur exhibition
Inside the exhibition.


Tickets are $20 (or $15 concession) as per the normal exhibition entry price, and can either be booked online or purchased at the door. The evening events are selling out so booking online is advisable. Tickets for the daytime, family-friendly sessions are also available here online or at the door.



The exhibition is small but if you bring your imagination, a good night awaits!
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Why? To see some life-sized, growling, moving dinosaurs
When: 9:30am to 5pm Monday - Sunday. Special sessions 5:30pm to 9pm Fridays in June/July.
Phone: 1300 134 081
Where: The Western Australian Museum, Perth Cultural Centre
Cost: $20 adult, $15 concession, $12.50 children 3-15, $50 family, children under 3 Free
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