Sunday, 5 March 2017

A Night At The Museum

Last night I packed the cameras and made my way to the Dorset County Museum to take a few pics of a great group of kids and their very patient and, slightly less wide awake, parents. The Jurassic Coast Trust, the charity responsible for promoting 95 miles of our wordl Heritage Coastline, put on their own 'Night at the Museum' with activities and films for tomorrows fossil hunters. In each part of this incredible museum a sleeeping bag could be found ready for a sleepover with a difference, in the company of Dorset's most famous residents, dinosaurs and artifacts. As the lights went down excitement went up, with no one being too phased at sleeping on a 2000 year old Roman mosaic or beneath the gaze of a life sized Thomas Hardy. I found a quiet spot in the Harry Potter-like library which had a nice thick door and remarkable soundproofing!







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