ENJOY, MUSEUMS&ART

DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS IN THE MUSEUM WHEN EVERYONE’S GONE HOME?

London’s Natural History Museum offers the chance of sleeping (or not) a whole night in some of their most iconic galleries, including Mammals (yes, I want to sleep under a blue whale), Earth Hall, Hintze Hall or Fossil Way.

This sleepover gives kids aged seven to 11 the chance to explore the Museum after dark and take part in fun, educational activities.

Dino Snores for Kids at the Natural History Museum

 

And after an intense night, a breakfast is served bright and early and there’s a live animal show before the Museum opens to the public.

Children choosing where to put their sleeping bags at Dino Snores

Hintze Hall at Dino Snores

Children exploring the Natural History Museum at Dino Snores

A Dino Snores visitor in themed fancy dress

If you are interested, you can find more info and dates at the museum’s website or visit The Natural History Museum,  Cromwell Road,  London SW7 5BD.