By Gene Axton - [email protected]

Philadelphia’s Penn Museum recreating Legends of the Hidden Temple for adults

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Nickelodeon’s “Legends of the Hidden Temple” challenged teams of two to answer history-themed questions, complete challenges and escape a makeshift temple with an artifact. Competitors competed for trips, Nintendo 64 consoles and moon shoes.
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PHILADELPHIA — If you watched Nickelodeon as a child, you may have found yourself watching “Legends of the Hidden Temple” at some point. If you watched “Legends of the Hidden Temple,” you may have found yourself screaming at the children on television to put the silver monkey together faster. If you screamed at the children on television to put the silver monkey together faster, you can prove your superior monkey-building skills Wednesday, April 20 at Penn Museum’s Legends: Penn Museum Edition.

The adult-oriented pseudo-game show will challenge teams to 30-minute windows of competition during which they’ll complete challenges while avoiding the dreaded temple guards. Drinks and light fare will be available throughout the night via cash bar.

The event is $20 and is open to those 18 and older. You must be 21 to approach the bar, lest you be ejected by a real-life temple guard with a badge and handcuffs. Tickets are available now.

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Here’s your chance to back up your childhood claims of silver monkey construction mastery

By Gene Axton

[email protected]

Nickelodeon’s “Legends of the Hidden Temple” challenged teams of two to answer history-themed questions, complete challenges and escape a makeshift temple with an artifact. Competitors competed for trips, Nintendo 64 consoles and moon shoes.
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