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'Dragon' scavenger hunt at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Watson Adventures is offering a "How to Find

Watson Adventures is offering a "How to Find Your Dragon Scavenger Hunt" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan. (Credit: Watson Adventures)

Do your kids love “How to Train Your Dragon 2”? If so, you may want to head into Manhattan over the weekend.

Watson Adventures is hosting a “How to Find Your Dragon Scavenger Hunt" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1000 Fifth Ave.) on Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.

Kids ages 10 and older with their families can look for dragons hidden in the museum’s art. Hunt together in search of Speckled Forktails, Black Grangles, Large-Mouthed Undertoads, Sinuous Silvery Snarches, Long-Tailed Knight Terrors, Bearded Sticklebacks, Seven-Headed Reapers and Hissing Halitosins. These fiery friends are hiding in paintings, statues, armor, jewelry, musical instruments and more.


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Ticket prices for the 90-minute hunt are $40.50 per adult, $29.50 ages 10 to 17, which includes museum admission; advance purchase is required. For more information, call 877-946-4868, ext. 22, or visit WatsonAdventures.com.

Take note: There are a few more 'Dragon' scavenger hunts scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 30 and Sept. 20.

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