Have a Sleepover with Your Jurassic BFF at the Natural History Museum

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Have a Sleepover with Your Jurassic BFF at the Natural History Museum

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From the mixed-up files of the Natural History Museum's team of fantastic ideas comes a new opportunity for kids to run away be accompanied by an adult to one of the museum's (not so) aptly named Dino Snores (more like the perfect opportunity for the ultimate game of hide and seek). On Saturday 200 children spent the night in sleeping bags surrounding Dippy the diplodocus after participating in a torchlit treasure hunt through the dinosaur gallery, watching films, and listening to a talk on bugs. Due to the event's popularity, sleepovers will take place every month, allowing up to 400 children to take part. The cost will be £45 per child and free for accompanying adults. We want in and call dibs at sleeping near the triceratops. (Image/Jamie_McK)

Last Updated 19 January 2010