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Melbourne Museum goes Inside Out

/ 25 Sep 2017
Melbourne Museum is opening an exciting and innovative new exhibition this summer.

Museum Inside Out will transform the traditional museum experience into a playful and thrilling new experience at Melbourne Museum this summer. The new exhibition will showcase Museums Victoria’s unique collection, the most significant and historic pieces - plus the humble and every day – in a new and creative way. Visitors will become immersed in the theatrical sets, fascinated by bizarre wonderlands and their imaginations engaged in a multisensory journey. Inside Out is unlike anything Melbourne Museum has offered before.

The Museum’s hugely popular after-dark event, Nocturnal, is reaching new heights in October with a space and astronomy theme. The adults-only event, lets visitors get up close to unusual museum objects and meet curators while enjoying live music, open bars, great food and an vibrant atmosphere. Nocturnal in October will feature two of Melbourne’s greatest emerging electronic duos Slum Sociable and Fortunes, a free pop-up Nocturnal nail art bar by Trophy Wife Nail Art and after-hours access to Bug Lab: Little Bugs, Super Powers for $10. Nocturnal at Melbourne Museum runs the first Friday evening of every month and is for adults 18 years and over.

Media enquiries: Anna Quinn, email aquinn@museum.vic.gov.au, phone +61 437 565 300

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"Nocturnal" at Melbourne Museum

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