The Hutchings Museum will be hosting the annual Night at the Museum, one of the biggest events the museum offers. On April 27 and 28, from 5-8 p.m., the museum exhibits will come to life. With the movie “Night at the Museum” as inspiration, the museum’s historical characters will walk, talk, and greet their guests.
Greeks, Romans, scientists, cowboys, pioneers, and other notable historical characters will tell of their times and lives. There will be a live animal show as well as many other exhibits especially brought to life for this event. While there will be live animals, museum staff guarantees no one will be eaten at this event. However, there are no promises that patrons of all ages won’t have their imagination and curiosity run away with them.
This event is typically well attended, and tickets can be purchased online through the Hutchings Museum website www.hutchingsmuseum.education