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DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition

Coinciding with the Australian launch of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, the National Museum is excited to announce DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition will open in Canberra on 20 September 2019.

'DreamWorks has created iconic movies that are part of the lives of many Australians — The Exhibition will be both a nostalgic journey for older audiences and a digital delight for families and children who are embarking on their own animated adventures with characters like Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon and Po from Kung Fu Panda,’ said National Museum Director Dr Matthew Trinca.

DreamWorks Animation will feature more than 400 unique objects from the studio’s archive of rare material including concept drawings, storyboards, models, masks, maps, photographs, posters, paintings and other original artworks.

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The 4-star apartment style Pacific Suites Canberra is located in Braddon, just a short 10 minute drive from the National Museum of Australia. It is the perfect place for a relaxed weekend getaway or an action-packed family holiday.

The spacious one or two bedroom apartments offer a full in-room kitchen, washer and dryer, lounge and dining area, balcony and free Wi-Fi. Plus you’ll have use of our extensive range of amenities during your stay including the large outdoor swimming pool, gym and family games room.

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  • Where: National Museum of Australia
  • What: DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition
  • When: Opens 20 September 2019
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