Kids get the opportunity to camp out overnight at the American Museum of Natural History, in the real version of the popular movie, with two sleepover dates in April 2013.
As the doors close and the lights dim, participants head out with flashlights in search of adventure, which could mean a face-to-face meeting with a 65-million-year-old T. rex in the Hall of Dinosaurs, or hanging out with the butterflies.
Kids get to climb into their sleeping bags beneath the 94-foot-long blue whale, next to the Alaskan brown bear, or at the base of a volcanic formation. The overnight adventure costs $129 per person and includes an IMAX film, evening snack and light breakfast, and guided tour of the museum with flashlights. Check in at 5:45 p.m., and check out at 9 a.m. next morning.
The next AMNH sleepover is Saturday, April 6. Space is limited, so make your reservation ASAP. Email [email protected] with “Notification List” in the subject line. If you miss out on this one, the next public sleepover dates isFriday, April 12.