Museum Things to Do This Weekend: 9/28 & 9/29, 2013

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A beautiful weekend coming up in NYC. If you're looking for things to do, here are a few highlights here at the Museum:

On Exhibit:

See more than 200 live frogs in Frogs: A Chorus of Colors, including amazing, tiny blue dart-poison frogs like the one pictured, below. From lush rainforests to parched deserts, frogs are found in nearly every environment on Earth, and their survival strategies range from surprising to bizarre. Who knew?

A child looking at a blue poison dart frog in a glass enclosed habitat.

Learn more and purchase tickets to Frogs: A Chorus of Colors.

For Families:

Sleep over at the Museum on Saturday! Sign up before 5 pm Friday (Call 212-769-5200). Bring a sleeping bag and spend the evening touring live-animal exhibitions with knowledgeable guides, going on a Museum quest, and settling down to sleep in one of the our iconic halls. For children ages 6 to 13, with Mom, Dad, or another caregiver. 

AMNH Sleepover 2

Learn more about the sleepover. 

Coming Soon: Movies at the Museum!

See for Yourself: From Thursday, October 17, through Sunday, October 20, the Museum will be swept up by the 2013 Margaret Mead Film Festival, featuring 39 intriguing documentaries that invite audiences to discover connections between themselves and the spectacular variety of individuals, societies, and approaches to living presented in the films.

Watch the trailer.

To purchase tickets to films at the 2013 Margaret Mead Film Festival, click here.

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