The museum National Natural History “A. Eugenio de Jesús Marcano” announced through a press release the celebration of Friday, October 28th “The witches It does not exist! Science night in museum‘, an activity that aims to demystify misconceptions about animals that have been mistreated and misunderstood through myths, movies, and celebrations such as Halloween.
They point out that with this activity for the whole family, the museum It seeks to bring the citizen closer to science and knowledge through a period of fun. We will have groups of animals like spiders, butterflies, frogs, bats, owls and skulls of some of the extinct animals that were found in the caves of our country.
In addition, they will be able to enjoy the astronomical observation from which Jupiter and Saturn can be observed, and this will be with members of the Dominican Astronomical Society (Astrodom).
They can also play games like Dare to explore and challenge your fears And watch the play of the ecological theater called “Silverio el alacrán” thanks to Fundación Propagas, as well as various photo collections.
“The witches It wasn’t there!” It’s an age-appropriate celebration, not intimidating and anyone who wants to attend it can attend in disguise.
The activity will be on Friday, October 28, 2022 from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Tickets are on sale at the box office. museumFrom Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Tickets cost NT$300 per person.
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