Dino Snores for Grown-ups

Event Details

The Natural History Museum sell-out sleepover has access tickets available for D/deaf on 9 November. An interpreter will be available for D/deaf visitors between 20.30 and 00.30 at the 9 November event. What happens when you sleep over at the Museum? The night begins with a welcome drink as you set up camp in Hintze Hall. Awesome activities As the evening gets under way, you\’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a range of activities, including: a delicious three-course dinner a trip to our galleries and temporary exhibitions live music stand-up comedy science show dinosaur-themed games room live animal workshop a pub quiz edible insect tasting an all-night monster movie marathon Cash bars will be serving drinks and nibbles throughout the night and in the morning you\’ll be treated to a full English breakfast and the chance to join a yoga session. An unforgettable evening Dino Snores for Grown-ups is an unforgettable night inside one of London\’s most impressive buildings. It\’s the perfect experience for a group of friends, or as a gift for a loved one.

Event Organiser/Organisation
Natural History Museum
Start Date/Time
09 Nov 2019 at 18.30
End Date/Time
10 Nov 2019 at 09.30
Venue Address
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road SW7 5BD
Event Website
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/events/dino-snores-for-grown-ups.html
Booking Instructions
Please click 'book access tickets' on the webpage. Please note you need to buy an access ticket if you aren?t D/deaf but are booking in a group with a guest who is D/deaf. This is so that you can all be placed in the same group on the night.

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