Dino Snores for Grown-ups

Pull an all-nighter at the Museum.  

Enjoy a night of music, food, science and cinema at the Natural History Museum's sleepover, Dino Snores for Grown-ups.

What's on at Dino Snores for Grown-ups?

The night begins in the iconic Hintze Hall, where you'll set up camp near Dippy the Diplodocus, receive a complimentary drink and get into teams for the adventures ahead.

Awesome activities

You can listen to live music, sample a range of crunchy edible insects, take part in a treasure hunt and see an all-night monster movie marathon.

Depending on the night, other activities could include stand-up comedy and a tasting session on the botanical ingredients that make up gin. As if that wasn't enough, you'll also have the chance to explore our galleries and current exhibitions after the daytime visitors have gone home.

Fabulous food and drink

For foodies, there's a delicious three-course meal and a hot breakfast the next morning.  

Dino Snores for Grown-ups is an unforgettable night inside one of London's most impressive buildings. It's the perfect experience for a group of friends, or as a gift for a loved one.

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'This was no ordinary outing to the Natural History Museum.'

The Daily Telegraph