I’m the epitome of low key, so my birthday last week was no exception. The celebrations were extended throughout the entire week, but it was a relatively tame one. It started on Tuesday where a few friends and I had coincidentally decided to pop over to the Australian Museum for Jurassic Lounge. I expected that they’d open up one room of the museum with a bar in the corner. Needless to say that the event far exceeded my expectations. I pre-ordered my tickets (despite the booking fee) and I was glad I did! The queue snaked around all over the place and I was in no mood for standing in a line. There were a couple more queues inside for food and alcohol, but it was still much better than the one outside. The large t-rex skeleton that greeted us in the foyer. I quite like the shadows that they made on the walls. It was very night at the museum. Different animal eggs lined up by size. It was like they were from another world. A little alien-esque time line. Oh hello there Mr Dinosaur. I think you’re missing a little something there. We lined up for drinks and realised it was the quesadillas queue. So naturally, we quesadilla-ed. With a side of champagne of course. The spread. We ate standing because that’s what us classy girls (and boy) do. Being artsy with the bubbles. They had heaps of these polycarbonate flutes at the start of the night. But as you’ll see as you go further into this post, they ran out… Hello creepy fish. There were a few creepy preserved animals in the museum. I found Skippy along the way. Funnily enough I don’t ever remember coming to the Australian Museum before this visit. Playing with the skull plaster casts. They were all interactive and free to touch. Pretty butterflies and moths. I absolutely love order. This was just amazing to me. The amazing artwork they had in the basement of the museum. We ended the night with more champagne. Of course they ran out of flutes, so we were drinking out of classy disposable coffee cups.Overall an awesome night. There was also a silent disco in the animals section. Would definitely return if they hold it again next year!