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Last Chance to See the Dragons


The Lost World of Dragons is in its final weeks at the Wilbur D. May Museum. The brand new exhibit from Stage Nine Exhibitions has been a sensation since it opened at the museum in January. Visitors of all ages are raving about the exhibit which features larger than life animatronics, unique photo ops, hands-on interactive elements, a virtual reality experience, and much more! The Lost World of Dragons is a fun and educational experience that explores the persistent myths of dragons in cultures throughout the world. Don’t miss your chance to see it!

What:                   The Lost World of Dragons
When:                  Closes Sunday, May 12, 2019
               Wilbur D. May Museum
Adults – $10.00

                                Children (3-17) – $9.00

                                Children <3 – Free

                                Seniors – $9.00
              (775) 785-5961 or www.maycenter.com

Special Programming:

  • The May Museum will offer extended hours for “Dragons After Dark,” staying open until 8:00pm on the remaining Fridays of the exhibit – April 26, May 3, May 10.
  • The May Museum will offer FREE admission on Saturday, May 4 as part of the Day at the Museum event. 10 museums on and around the University of Nevada, Reno campus will be free to the public. Visit unr.edu/museums for more information.

The Lost World of Dragons is one of the premier exhibits created by Stage Nine Exhibitions, a full-service developer of creative, unusual exhibits for permanent or temporary display. State Nine Exhibitions owns, operates, and tours six internationally-acclaimed exhibitions including: Toytopia, Expedition: Dinosaur, Hall of Heroes, POPnology, The Animation Academy, Sweet: A Tasting Journey, and Rock U: The Institute of Rock “N” Roll. For more information visit www.stageninedesign.com

Located within Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, the Wilbur D. May Center is managed by the Washoe County Community Services Department and continues to receive generous support from the Wilbur May Foundation.

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