Night at the Museum

02/09/18 8:00 PM - 02/10/18 8:00 AM
Museum of Idaho
Phone:2085221400
Address: 200 N Eastern Ave. Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Sleep under the jaws of a dinosaur at the Museum of Idaho, learn STEAM topics with your friends, and be prepared for the adventure of a lifetime. Midnight pizza, light breakfast, scavenger hunt, STEAM activities, and movie included. Open to students in grades 3-6.

$55 ($50 for MOI members). Register here. For info on available scholarships to reduce cost, e-mail Chloe.

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