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September 2013 / Manhattan Family / Columnists / Featured Event

Sleepover at the American Museum of Natural History

Spend a night at the museum

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Break out the sleeping bags and get ready for a sleepover at the American Museum of Natural History on Sept. 28.

Participants enjoy an exploration of the museum’s halls, including the Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, Cullman Hall of the Universe, and the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs, where they can say hello to the tyrannosaurus. Then, everyone settles down beneath the behemoth 94-foot long blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life for a night’s sleep. The program is geared toward children ages 6 to 13 and their caregivers.

A Night at the Museum sleepover, Sept. 28. Admission to the sleepover is $145 per person, $135 for members.

Call the museum to register and obtain exact times.

American Museum of Natural History [Central Park West at W. 77th Street n Central Park West, (212) 769–5100].

Posted 12:00 am, September 9, 2013
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