How amazing would it be to spend the night in a museum? The Natural History Museum opens it’s doors to 7-11year olds and a parent/carer to do exactly that.
The night begins as you set up camp in one of the Museum’s spectacular galleries.
Then stalk the galleries as night descends and find T. rex hidden in the shadows. You’ll also have the chance to:
- explore a torch-lit trail
- get creative with a dinosaur t-shirt-making workshop
- dig deeper with an educational science show presented by a Museum scientist
At midnight (!), it’s time to settle down to sleep.
Breakfast is served bright and early and you’ll get to experience a live animal show before waving goodbye to the Museum when it opens to the public at 10.00.
Dino Snores Schedule
18.45: Doors open, registration and camp set-up
19.45: Welcome and briefing
22.05: Short break
23.15: Get ready for bed
00.00: Lights out
7.00: Wake up
9:30: Dino Snores for Kids finishes. Collect your bags and belongings.
10:00: The Museum opens to the public. You are welcome to stay in the Museum for as long as you wish.
These nights sell out extremely quickly so you’ll need to book fast. There are still spots left for the Christmas special and dates in early 2019. Book your tickets and find out more here.