Nancy and Her Friends at Mayborn Museum Complex

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Come to the Maybown Museum Complex at Baylor University on Saturday, April 11th at 11AM as Nancy and Her Friends present “Ahoy – Treasure!” to help kick off their new exhibit: Shipwreck! Pirates & Treasure

This event will be on the closing weekend of their Magic School Bus Kicks Up a Storm exhibit.  Our show is a promotion for their upcoming exhibit! Because April 11-12 will be the closing weekend for an exhibit the museum will offer special pricing of $5 for all guests on Saturday and Sunday.

Their new exhibit SHIPWRECK! Pirates & Treasure brings real shipwreck treasures and the technology used to recover them right to Greensboro Science Center! Find out what it’s like to be a shipwreck explorer, the captain of a sinking ship or a pirate on the run with hands-on activities including a robotic arm to pick up treasure and a hurricane simulator to challenge the storm. Discover more than 500 priceless artifacts recovered from famous shipwrecks including real gold and silver treasure recovered from thousands of feet deep.

We will ALSO be at the Mayborn Museum Complex on July 7th during Treasure Tuesdays for another special performance of “Ahoy – Treasure

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We realize that you may be visiting the area from out of town so in case you need directions:

From Dallas/Fort Worth

  • Take I-35 South
  • Take Exit 335B
  • Turn Left onto Univeristy Parks Drive
  • Turn Left at the white domed building
  • drop off at front, parking available at the side

From Austin

  • Take I-35 North
  • Take Exit 335B
  • Turn Right onto University Parks Drive
  • Turn Left at the white domed building
  • drop off at front, parking available at the side

From Houston

  • Take US-290 West
  • Merge Right onto TX-6 North
  • Merge onto TX-434 SPUR North
  • Merge Left onto US-77 Business South ramp
  • Turn Right onto University Parks Drive
  • Turn Left at the white domed building
  • drop off at front, parking available at the side

If you need any more information, visit the Mayborn Museum Complexʻs website, their Facebook page or follow their Twitter feed. 

We look forward to seeing you all at this FREE event!

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