Dino Snores — Natural History Museum sleep-over

Address:
, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London 51.496563 -0.176893
Dates & Time:
, 1st Oct, 19th Nov, 3rd Dec, 13th Jan, 4th Feb, 4th Mar, 1st Apr, 13th May and
6.45 PM to 9.30 AM (next day)
Tickets & Cost:
From £60 per person
Children must be aged between 7 and 11. There must be at least one adult in the group (two adults for 2-4 children, and three or more adults for more than 5 children)
See nhm.ac.uk for more details
Tel:
0207 942 5000
Parking:
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Buses:
14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430, 710, C1
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Trains:
Gloucester Road CRC DSC PCL, South Kensington CRC DSC PCL
The closest station to Natural History Museum is South Kensington
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The Natural History Museum is #18 in our London Bucket List

Have you ever seen the movie "Night At The Museum"?

Now's your chance to find out what really stalks the corridors of the Natural History Museum at night... with the towering bones of Diplodocus nearby.

Thrilling activities include a torch-lit tour of the galleries (watch out for T Rex moving in the dark!), a dinosaur T-shirt-making workshop, and an educational science show by a Museum scientist. The rest of the night will be spent sleeping in one of the iconic galleries.

Assuming that you survive the night, you'll wake up to a hearty breakfast before the Museum opens to the public.

Dino Snores is suitable for children aged between 7 and 11. There must be a minimum of 5 children and 1 adult in your group. Frequently asked questions (like what you need to bring) can be found here.

 

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Craig’s review – “If you hate noisy kids then trust me: this isn't the museum for you. Because it's absolutely full of them. They're not the type who hold their daddy's hand and ask their mum for permission to speak. They're the school party type. They come in army-like battalions of thirty of more, all moving through the rooms like they're on a forced march through the Fens.But anyw… continued”

Read Craig’s Natural History Museum review

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