You can step back in time and meet some people from Dickson County’s past tonight when the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum brings back Night at the Museum. The living history tour is 6-8 pm tonight and admission is $5 with children 13 and under admitted free. Local actors will bring some of the people and characters from Dickson County’s past to life as part of an interactive tour of the museum’s exhibits. Participants will meet familiar people like local businessman Henry Ragan, industrialist Montgomery Bell, Promise Land founders Arch and John Nesbitt and, of course, Gov. Frank Clement and his sister, Sen. Anna Belle Clement O’Brien, as well as a worker at the Red Kap factory and the traveling salesmen, known as drummers, who would have stayed at the Halbrook Hotel. A new feature this year will have two young actresses portraying sisters Anna Belle and Emma Gene Clement talking with their mother, Maybelle Goad Clement, about their brother’s ambition to become governor. For more information on tonight’s Night at the Museum, call the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum at 446-0500.