American Museum of Natural History

Once night comes the museum exhibits come to life, including a living Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, a mischievous capuchin monkey named Dexter, miniatures led by cowboy and Roman General Octavius , an Easter Island head obsessed with "gum-gum" and a wax model of Theodore Roosevelt. The Egyptian houses a mummy of Pharaoh Ahkmenrah from his sarcophagus.

An Egyptian artifact — the Tablet of Akmenrah — was brought to the museum in 1952, and on that night, everything in the museum came to life, and each night since. However, if the exhibits are outside of the museum during sunrise, they turn to dust. - edited from Wikipedia

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