Event Name: Revenge of the Sixth
Location: Museum
Event Date: Saturday, 5/6/2023
Event Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Duration: 3 hours
Purchase Deadline: Saturday, 5/6/2023 6:00 PM

Revenge of the Sixth

THE MUSEUM LIVES! Unbeknownst to the “heroes” celebrating May the Fourth, the Sixth had begun construction of a new more powerful MUSEUM. The REVENGE OF THE 6th begins, as does our Star Wars Celebration! We’ll have space themed activities, crafts, music, our STARLAB inflatable planetarium, and visits from the 501st Legion – First State Garrison, Ghost Base Rebel Legion, and the droids you were looking for, MOE FTC team 365! Stop in Tosche Station for some snacks and beverages (or adult beverages for non-padawans), and maybe finally pick up that power converter. For those feeling one with the force, dress as your favorite Star Wars inspired character and enter for a chance to win a prize! You can be the most stylish Sixth this side of Bespin.

6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 6

Pre-registration required; $7 for DelMNS Members; $20 for non-members.


Ticket: Price: Quantity:
Member Adult$7.00Login
Member Senior$7.00Login
Member Child (3-17)$7.00Login
Member Toddler (1-2)$7.00Login
Member Infant (under 12 months)$0.00Login
Child (3-17)$20.00
Toddler (1-2)$20.00
Infant (under 12 months)$0.00

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