You find yourself in a huge chamber, open to the night sky. There seems to be no artificial source of light, but there are plenty of sources of radiant darkness which do just as good a job at making the room and the other patrons in it visible. They also seem to aid in making the faint stars in the night sky more easily visible.
There are various hallways off to the sides, presumably leading to different wings of the museum. In the center of the room is an information desk, manned by what looks like a color-inverted spherical cow. Near it is the museum directory, which reads:
Welcome to the Night Museum! If this is your first time, you might want to head over to the Auditorium and watch a recording of our introductory presentation. Otherwise, feel free to browse at your leisure. A quick guide to the wings of the museum and some of their featured exhibits is below. You'll be able to find a more detailed description of the exhibits at each wing's directory, but of course, nothing beats experiencing it for yourself!
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Miscellaneous special presentations will take place here, plus you can access recordings of past presentations.
Science and Pseudoscience
Marvels of science are highlighted; blunders of pseudoscience are mocked.
The Hall of Humanity
Humans themselves are put on display and mercilessly labeled.
Meatpuppets (Coming Soon!)
Sheep (Coming Soon!)
Dogs (Coming Soon!)
Shepherds (Coming Soon!)
Hawks (Coming Soon!)
(Yes, our museum has an arsenal.) Weapons of critical thought are exhibited and are available for rent.
Occam's Claymore (Coming Soon!)
Occam's Pike (Coming Soon!)
The Black Hole of Faith (Coming Soon!)
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Other wings are still under construction or in planning stages. We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope to have the museum fleshed out as soon as possible.