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A Night at Hogwarts

Fri., Sept. 1 - Sat. , Sept. 2

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m.


316.263.1311
Mon-Sat: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun: Noon – 5 p.m.

Extended hours available
For Group Events
835 E 1st St. in Old Town        
Wichita, KS 67202        
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Form and Function
Tickets:
Children 4 - 12:$6.95
Seniors 60+:$7.95
Adults:$8.95
Children 3 and under:FREE!
Family Day Pass
(2 Adults/2 Youth):
$28.50
Prices do not include tax


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About Us:
Experience a trip through time at one of the most interesting and exciting museums in Kansas. Find surprises around every corner, including Ivan the T.Rex, two Egyptian mummies, and an expansive military history exhibit. Rent the banquet space for a unique setting to hold a social event, reception, or special occasion. Open daily except Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, and the last Saturday in July for the annual fundraiser. Senior discounts and group tours available.

The Museum of World Treasures is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.




835 E 1st St
Wichita, KS 67202
In the Historic Old Town District
316.263.1311
888.700.1311







How much of the globe was covered in ice during the Ice Age? Find out at the Museum’s newest permanent exhibit, now open to the public!

The new exhibit, "Form & Function: Making a Living in the Cenozoic" educates visitors on various mammal and fish species from the Cenozoic Era, the time that directly followed the extinction of dinosaurs. This exhibit explores the relationship between the form of an animal’s body and its lifestyle, the similarities and differences between Cenozoic and modern species and common misconceptions about life after the dinosaurs. As this is a vast amount of time to cover within a single exhibit, Form and Function focuses on three specific locations and time periods:

Green River formation: fish dating about 50 to 40 million years ago from around Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah

North American Woodland: mammals dating 34 to 24 million years ago from around Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota

Ice Age: mammals dating 2.5 million to 10,000 years ago from North America and Europe

The Museum would like to thank Docuplex for sponsoring this exhibit.
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