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Night at Auckland Museum: Time Warped

Auckland Museum presents Night at Auckland Museum: Time Warped



SATURDAY 1, WEDNESDAY 5 AND FRIDAY 7 OCTOBER

6PM - 8.30PM, FOR AGES 5 - 12 YEARS

Calling all families! Bring a torch and your wildest imagination to explore Auckland Museum after hours atNight at Auckland Museum: Time Warped.

Time Warped will take you on a journey through time to discover what life was like in the past and what it might look like in the future.

Doctor When, your friendly host, is there to lead you on this fun adventure where you'll see the Museum's fascinating stories brought to life and Auckland's cultures celebrated.

Meet Basil the dinosaur, make music with cardboard instruments, create objects for museums in the future, design a future Auckland city, and find out what people from the past thought our present would look like.

Packed full of performances, quirky characters and hands-on activities, our popular Night at Auckland Museum events are a rare chance to explore the Museum after hours. Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

ADVANCE TICKETS $15 FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN (FREE FOR 3 YEARS AND UNDER), INSTITUTE MEMBERS $10, GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE $10.

DOOR SALES: $20, $15 (INSTITUTE MEMBERS). ENTRY VIA ATRIUM.

Booking information:

Call +64 9 306 7048 or head to aucklandmuseum.com. A booking fee of $3 applies to each offsite transaction. Door sales subject to availability.

See our FAQs for more information. Click here for our Facebook event page

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