Magical Museum Sleepover — at the Museum of Childhood

Address:
Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green, London 51.529171 -0.054876
Dates & Time:
7 PM to 9 AM (next morning)
Tickets & Cost:
£45 per person
Children must be aged 7-12 and accompanied by an adult
See vam.ac.uk/moc
Telephone:
The contact number for Museum of Childhood is +44 (0) 208 983 5200
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Disclaimer: London Drum has no association with Museum of Childhood. Whilst we make every effort to ensure the event information is accurate, museum exhibitions in London are sometimes cancelled or amended without us being notified. You should always reconfirm the museum exhibition with Museum of Childhood before making plans

If the sleepover at the Natural History Museum is too scary for you (all those dinosaur bones might come to life!) then how about a sleepover at the Museum of Childhood instead?

After an evening spent doing some creative activities, listening to stories, and exploring the museum, you'll spend a special night in the company of fairies, puppets, dolls and trains.

When the sun comes up you'll be treated to some breakfast on the marble floor, before the museum opens up to the public.

Note: This event is for children aged between 7 and 12, and they must be accompanied by an adult (maximum of two children per adult). You should read the museum's FAQ page before you book.

 

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