Be among the lucky few to spend A Night at the Museum! As the doors close and the lights dim, your group will head out with flashlights in search of a variety of adventures.
Meet your relatives in the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins. Climb the stairs and enter the Age of Dinosaurs, standing beneath a fearsome T. rex. Explore our live-animal exhibitions with knowledgeable Museum explainers or encounter live animals—bats, wolves, birds of prey—and learn all about their habitats. Then enjoy Humpback Whales now showing in 3-D in the LeFrak Theater before the night comes to a magical close. Settle down beneath the 94-foot-long blue whale, next to African elephants or at the base of a striking volcanic formation and fall asleep in the darkened halls of one of the world’s most beloved museums.
Admission Price includes: evening snack and light breakfast, cots for all participants, fossil fact-finding mission by flashlight, LeFrak Theater film, live-animal special exhibition or live-animal presentation, take home activities!
** This booking provides 2 tickets for the overnight sleepover date reserved with this booking; includes 1 adult (retail price $145), and 1 child (ages 6 - 13 only) (retail price $145) ** The activity begins at 5:45 pm and ends the following day at 9 am. Please review website FAQ's on what you need to know -- items to bring, check-in, parking, etc. for optimal experience.
When to arrive:
90 minutes before
Please thoroughly review AMNH's FAQ page on what to bring, checking in, parking instructions, etc. for a great and memorable experience! -- http://bit.ly/2pHkBL0
PLEASE NOTE: There is an additional parking fee of $28 if you plan on parking at the museum.
24 hours in advance
Upcoming Schedule for Sleepover at American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) (Adult + Child)
Central Park West & 79th Street, New York, NY 10024
Upper West Side
Since its founding in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has collected more than 33 million specimens relating to the natural world and human cultures. The Museum showcases its amazing treasures in the exhibit halls, and behind the scenes more than 200 scientists are at work making new discoveries. Millions of people from around the world visit the Museum each year.