This exhibit explores the histories of these legendary beasts and the cultures that surround them. Enjoy a custom created shadow puppetry performance in the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium. Experience the story of Bakunawa, the serpent-like dragon from Philippine mythology who swallows the moon. Voyage to the stars with a Planetarium Educator as your guide and discover the fabulous stories of dragons of the night sky. End the night exploring the Museum’s traveling exhibition, The Lost World of Dragons.
Light refreshments available. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Performance begins at 6:30 p.m.
This event is recommended for people ages 13+
Members must verify your membership at check-out to register for the event.
$15 | MOSH Member
If you have any questions, please call 904.396.6674 (MOSH) x 225 to speak with the Public Programs Coordinator.
6:00 - Doors Open & Concessions Opens
6:25 - Introduction
6:30 - Shadow Puppetry Performance
7:00 - Intermission—Concessions Available / Exhibit Exploration
7:15 - BGP “Draco the Dragon” Show
7:45 - BGP Show concludes / Exhibit Exploration
8:00 - Program ends
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Museum of Science & History, Jacksonville, United States