Discover the lost secrets of ancient Egypt at our June First Friday event dedicated to our summer exhibition, Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science! Take in an Egyptian belly dance performance, try your luck at scifi trivia and participate in a Science Cafe with Dr. Michelle Loyet of Webster University as she discusses the tradition of mummification in Egypt. Enjoy a special presentation in the James S. McDonnell Planetarium focusing on how ancient Egyptians and other ancient cultures used the stars to navigate. We have free parking on First Fridays and offer special First Friday only prices on our special exhibition and OMNIMAX films! View the full schedule here.
June First Friday: Lost Egypt
Friday, June 7, 2013 - 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Just for Adults
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