The American Sign Language Interpreter in me immediately fell in love with the Solar System exhibits that had questions which were traced to answers by lights and tangible objects. As my students are Deaf, these are the kind of tools that help them learn best. The overpowering life size Tyrannosaurus Rex towered over me as he roared his welcome. I realized how seeing that dinosaur up close would give my students more of an idea of what it would be like to be face to face with one than any description I could ever give. This gave me inspiration to change my approach in teaching them. I stood next to locals as we were transported back into other lands and times, witnessing the power of volcanoes, a giant squid (named Archie) and a " Creepy Crawly" section that made more than one adult shriek at the spectacles before them. This was a magical night with sensory overload of what happens when a museum turns into an adult playground. This was the kind of awe I was praying to experience as I flew over here. Well done you, Natural History Museum.