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Friday, February 11–Saturday, February 12

In a darkly lit hall, a sleepover guest uses a camera phone to take a photo of a dinosaur.

Be among the lucky few to spend A Night at the Museum!

Why should kids have all the fun?

The American Museum of Natural History is hosting its wildly popular adults-only sleepover adventure. Built on the successful A Night at the Museum sleepover program, this version of the popular event has been designed for adults ages 21 and up.

The overnight adventure will begin with a champagne reception and music provided by the 12th Night Jazz Trio in the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall.  Explorers can expect to roam through the nearly empty halls of the Museum, where they might run into a herd of elephants in the Akeley Hall of African Mammals or come face to face with looming dinosaur fossils, including a 65-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex.

As the evening winds down, guests will be able to unroll their sleeping bags and curl up under the beloved 94-foot-long blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.

This is a one-of-a-kind evening that offers visitors an intimate adventure of discovery unlike anything they have ever experienced.


Learn more about A Night at the Museum Sleepovers here.