It's our first SmartBar of 2015 and it’s going to make you queasy.
Our experts will be out with diseased body parts, venomous critters, mysterious tales of heart-stopping poisons and stories on the disarming fictions of leprosy.
See live leech feeding and have a meet and greet with some of the live animals that call Melbourne Museum home including Olive the Murray Python.
Get hooked up to an electrocardiograph (ECG) as it records the sound of your heart while jazz musicians turn it into a tune.
Check out the first taipan that was milked for venom and hear the story of the animal biting and killing the very famous herpetologist (Kevin Budden) who collected it.
Our expert stars of the night
Adults $18 Concession/Members $16
Discount early bird until 5 March: Adults $16 Concession/Members $14
Book online or phone 13 11 02
The theme for the October SmartBar will be revealed shortly and tickets will be available to purchase online, over the telephone or in person. You can sign up to the MV E-News to stay in the loop http://museumvictoria.com.au/e-news/
The next Smart Bar will be on the 12th March, information will be posted on our website in the next few days ... watch this space!
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