The movie "Night at the Museum" with Ben Stiller is being reenacted at the Crocker Art Museum in downtown Sacramento at O street.
This is a great chance to see the Museum at its best in the evening and the children are encouraged to wear their pajamas! Maybe they will find a dinosaur skeleton in a modern art museum.
The Crocker has decided to recreate the atmosphere of the film, without letting out details. The Sacramento Theater company is helping out with the movie affects of the film.
This event will include live animals, art activities, screenings of the film and some dancing like an Egyptian activities.
The film Night at the Museum was released in 2006, about an out of work man who becomes a night watchman only to discover it would have been better to stay at home. In other words, the museum comes alive at night, complete with Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt running around on his horse.
It should be interesting to see what the Crocker has in store for Sacramenteans on this night without any dinosaur bones to startle the guests, the kids are welcomed as a family night of fun.
This will occur Thursday July 24 at 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. It is free for members or the regular Thursday evening price.
The Crocker Art Museum is located in downtown near the Tower bridge and Old Sacramento. It has a contemporary art collection from the days of the Californian artists of the West and the European Impressionists. It is worth the price to view as well as examine one of the remaining Victorian buildings still standing despite all the new improvements.