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Sleepover for grown ups at the Natural History Museum’s Dino Snores night

Posted at 5:15 pm, January 11, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment
Dippy the Diplodocus at the Natural History Museum

If you’ve always dreamed of exploring a museum after hours (or if you just got the idea after watching David Attenborough’s ‘Natural History Museum: Alive’ last week), here’s your chance. The Natural History Museum is hosting another of its ‘Dino Snores’ sleepovers for grown-ups, giving guests the opportunity to camp out in the spectacular Central Hall among the dino skeletons.

You’ll get a three course dinner, science demonstrations, live comedy and music, a midnight feast (featuring some edible insects), a dinosaur drawing class and an all-night natural horror film marathon for the insomniacs among you. Tickets aren’t cheap at £175 (Members £160) but you can’t put a price on this kind of experience. OK fine, you can, but this is definitely a unique way to kick off the new year and to tick off your London bucket list.

If you fancy spending the night at the Natural History Museum on January 17, head here for more information and tickets.

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