SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - 'Wild Life' is back at the San Diego Museum of Man and it’s time to explore your wild side!
Begin your metamorphosis and let your instincts lead you to unknown adventures at this after-hours masquerade party inspired by our Living with Animals exhibit.
Did you catch us on @nbcsandiego today? We were chatting about Wild Life and all the unexpected adventures you’ll have at Friday’s after-hours masquerade party! @zovargo joined us to showcase some the insects and arachnids you’ll encounter at Wild Life: https://t.co/VsJFvPQ3W0 pic.twitter.com/rf6Xd8nOit— Museum of Man (@museumofman) October 10, 2018
Explore untamed parts of the Museum where you’ll encounter insects that make you squirm, discover what fear does to your mind and body, indulge in delectable bites, and so much more.
Invite a date, make some memories with friends, or meet someone new for a fun evening at the Museum!
Have an adventure at 'Wild Life', including:
The $5 off flash sale for Wild Life has been extended until Friday at 4:00 p.m.! Don’t wait to get your tickets-they return to full price at the door. Invite a date, make some memories with friends, or meet someone new at Wild Life: https://t.co/vidMe4Vu2C Photo by: Josh Lake pic.twitter.com/9SSrvOjhOV— Museum of Man (@museumofman) October 10, 2018
The $5 off flash sale has been extended to Friday, October 12 at 4:00 p.m.!
Tickets return to the regular price of $20 for Museum Members and $30 for E-Club Members at the door.
For more information and to purchase tickets, click on the link below.
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