Feb 01 Wednesday
For as long as people have created myths, they’ve told stories about the mysterious powers of poison. But in the natural world, poisons are simply part of the daily struggle to survive. The astonishing variety of evolutionary adaptations among toxic plants and animals is at the heart of this intriguing exhibition, which also examines humans’ attempts to understand poisons’ potency, how the science of poison detection developed, and how researchers today use venoms and other natural toxins to develop new medical treatments. In The Power of Poison, visitors will encounter some of history’s most puzzling poisoning cases, use clues to solve poisoning mysteries, and help unravel a real-world case file of poisoning.
The Power of Poison exhibit will be included with general admission to the Museum and is free for Museum members. The GRPM offers discounts for Kent County residents, and Kent County children aged 17 and under visit for FREE every day. Visitors may reserve their tickets to visit the Museum in advance by visiting grpm.org.
You have been invited to be part of an elite observation team to view the newest medical wonder. The miracle machine will automatically perform open heart surgery and you will be one of the first to see it in action. As you enter the pre-op room, something goes terribly wrong!
A deadly virus has been released and you are now sealed in the operating room. The room has been prepared for just such an instance, but you must find the clues left in the room to activate the operating machine and successfully perform the procedure.
______________________ROOM DETAILS• Room runs 60 minutes• Holds 4-10 Players• All rooms are for your party only• This room is for all ages
_______________________BOOK ONLINEThis room runs every 1:30min!
Book your time in advance online or call the store to book for less than 4 people.
Adults $35 | Student/Military $31.50
This is a Weekly Recurring EventRuns from Jan 8, 2023 to Mar 31, 2023 and happens every:Mondays: 3:30pm - 9:30pmTuesdays: 3:30pm - 9:30pmWednesdays: 3:30pm - 9:30pmThursdays: 3:30pm - 9:30pmFridays: 11:30am - 10:00pmSaturdays: 11:00am - 10:30pmSundays: 11:30am - 6:00pm
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