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LEGO® City is taking over two Dinosnores at the Australian Museum these spring school holidays with Arctic Adventure themed sleepovers.

On Friday 28 September and Friday 5 October, LEGO City is giving kids the opportunity to experience their new Arctic Expedition range within the unique setting of the Australian Museum after dark.

Parents and kids will be welcomed to an evening of exciting sub-zero activities starting with LEGO Arctic trivia over dinner and the chance to hear stories from real life polar explorers. Mini-adventurers will then have the opportunity to get up close to animals in a wildlife show and embark on a special torchlight tour around the museum, exploring the galleries to hunt down polar animals and artefacts. Finally, to wind down, they’ll be treated to a private LEGO Movie screening with a yummy, sweet surprise!

When it’s time for bed, kids will then snuggle into their sleeping bags amongst some historical fossils and their new friends.

For the perfect #arcticadventurer moment, parents will get the chance to snap a photo of their little trailblazer on a life-size LEGO City snowmobile to share with family and friends.

LEGO Paradise

There will also be a free play area filled with thousands of LEGO bricks so kids can get stuck in and let their creativity run wild.

All sleepover tickets include buffet dinner, continental breakfast at the Australian Museum’s rooftop cafe, as well as LEGO City goody bags to take home as a memento of the experience.

Tickets can be booked for FREE on Monday 24 September at 10am at legocity.eventbrite.com.au

NOTE: FINAL TICKETS WILL ONLY BE RELEASED MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER AT 10:00AM

WHERE: The Australian Museum, 1 William Street, Sydney NSW 2010

WHEN: Friday 28 September and Friday 5 September, 6pm to 8am the following day

COST: Register for free (final tickets available on Monday 24 September at 10am) at legocity.eventbrite.com.au

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  • I think 5th September should be 5th OCTOBER. I don’t know whose error it is. I don’t know if the article needs a correction added as an update. It would be a wonderful experience both for adults and children.

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  • Sounds lovely !
    The times are not handy though ! Which family can make it from Friday 6pm till 8an the following day ?? We would certainly attend, weren’t it for the times.

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  • This sounds great. I wish I was young again!

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  • I wish we lived in NSW. This would have been great!

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