Comic-Con Museum to open at night with new exhibits

“Summer Nights” will begin on June 14

The Comic-Con Museum, located in Balboa Park, San Diego, will open for the first time at night, extending its closing hours until 9 PM. This new modality will occur in the framework prior to the arrival of Comic-Con starting on June 14.

“Summer Nights at Comic-Con Museum” will showcase exhibits that will include cosplay, games, healthy competition, puzzles, and crafts.

June 14: That night will be Cosplay where you can dress up as your favorite character for the occasion and participate in a fashion show, being the center of attention.

June 21: Embark on an epic journey into fantasy with Dungeons & Dragons, where you will decide your own destiny.

June 28: There will be competitive puzzle building. For those whose enthusiasm for pandemic puzzles has not diminished, you will compete against other teams to complete a 500-piece puzzle for a chance to win great prizes, including exclusive Comic-Con Museum merchandise.

July 12 (kid-friendly): Makerspace will be a hands-on making experience. Guests will have the opportunity to explore, design, and create a variety of unique projects.

July 19: Zombicide Game Night. Zombies will be wreaking havoc across the city and the more you kill, the more they appear. How will you and your team survive?

“Our event series expands our popular arts hub and broadens learning and fun around shared interests, competition, and fandoms,” says Comic-Con Museum Executive Director Rita Vandergaw.

Summer Nights at Comic-Con Museum are free to all museum members and $15 for the public. Snacks, beer, wine, and other beverages will be available for purchase throughout the event, except in the Makerspace on Friday, July 12 (kid-friendly event).

Museum exhibits are not open during Summer Nights. Admission to the event is not included in general museum admission, as exhibits will be closed during Summer Nights.

Source: sandiegored