Pirates sleepover at the Museum of Childhood

Address:
Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green, London
Tel:
0208 983 5200

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
17th November 2018
7 PM to 9 AM (next day)
Tickets & Cost:
£40 per person. This event is for children aged 6–12, accompanied by their parents or carers
See vam.ac.uk

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Do you know any fearsome pirates aged between 6 and 12? Because the V&A Museum of Childhood is looking to recruit some for its Pirates Sleepover night!

Your kids (plus their parents/carers) will be able to spend a swashbuckling night inside the museum, explore their new pirate exhibition, listen to a few pirate tales, and take part in some yaarsome crafts and games and a torch-lit tour.

You'll probably want to read their FAQs before making a booking. Things to note include the age range (they must be between 6-12), the maximum of one adult per two children, and they need to bring a sleeping bag and toothbrush. And they have to leave their radios at home (pirates didn't have radios!).

 

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