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The Michigan History Museum invites you to enjoy a night out at the museum while you learn about how our city works and operates!
A museum doesn’t have to be a boring venture and you’ll discover this at the Michigan History Museum. They’ll teach you the wonders about our city including why electricity relies on our copper mines; why the design of the Mackinac Bridge is so special; and the role of machines in our cities lumbar industry. Fun stations will be set up for you to learn both visually and by doing along with various demonstrations performed by staff. This event is open to all ages to enjoy, so don't hesitate to make it a night out with the whole family!
Night at the Museum will happen on April 11th starting at 5 pm and finishing around 8 pm. Various crafts and experiments will be set up throughout the Museum but if you're looking to snag a few souvenirs or two the Museum gift shop will be open. This event is in partnership with the Michigan State University Science Festival and will be free for all to attend (including free parking). The event is held at Michigan History Museum located at 702 W Kalamazoo Street, Lansing, MI. For more information visit the Michigan event webpage.