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Sleepovers for Grown-Ups

Adult Sleepover Poison
Why should kids have all the fun?

Based on the wildly successful family sleepover, the grown ups-only version is a more sophisticated take on the overnight experience. 

You'll start the evening with a champagne reception and live music. After that you're invited to roam the nearly empty halls of the Museum, take in Dark Universe at the Planetarium, see a 3D nature film, and meet non-human guests in a live animal demonstration. Our special exhibition on the mighty T. rex will be open as well.

As the evening winds down, unroll your sleeping bag and curl up under the iconic 94-foot-long blue whale in the Hall of Ocean Life.

Open to:

Ages 21 and up

When:

September 13, 2019
6:30 pm–9 am

Cost:

$350 per person
$300 for Members

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Admission includes

  • Champagne reception
  • Delicious buffet dinner with wine and beer
  • Evening snack and light breakfast snack
  • Live music
  • Cots for all participants
  • Planetarium show in the Space Theatre
  • 3D nature film in the LeFrak Theatre 
  • Live-animal presentation
  • Access to entire permanent collection
  • Access to special exhibitions 

Registration Information

Absolutely no walk-in registrations are permitted.

You may register online, or by calling Central Reservations at 212-769-5200, Monday through Friday between 9 am-5 pm. 

Each individual must fill out their own participant release form:

Cancellation and Refund Policy

There are no refunds on sleepover reservations. We may be able to reschedule your reservation for a later date, depending on availability. If there is a price change between your original event date and a rescheduled event, the new price will apply. In the unlikely event the Museum finds it necessary to cancel a sleepover, a full refund will be made. A $4-per-order processing fee applies.

If you have additional questions, email sleepovers@amnh.org or call the sleepover line at 212-769-5570.

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