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Dino Snores at the Natural History Museum

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A sleepover event you and your kids will never forget
As sleepovers go, Dino Snores at London's Natural History Museum must surely be one of the most exciting available.

Parents with children aged between 7 and 11 are invited along to this (almost) monthly event, with the next one lined up for 17th May, 2013.

Beginning at 7pm after the museum has been emptied of the daytime visitors and running all the way through to 10am the next day, Dino Snores entertains kids with plenty of fun activities.

These include:
a torch-lit trail through the museum's famous dinosaur gallery,

a live show called Revenge of the Minibeasts about creatures that like to bite and sting,

Dino Design where children have a chance to design your own T-shirt (which can, of course, be taken home),

and the sleepover itself, which involves bedding down for the night in the Central Hall in the shadow of the museum's extraordinary Diplodocus skeleton.

There's yet more fun the following morning with a live show featuring Animal Man Nick Spellman.

On the way out of the Natural History Museum children will be presented with a bag of goodies to show off to friends.

If the May event is fully booked by the time you make it to the ticket website, it's not a problem Dino Snores takes place once a month most months, so simply pick another date.
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Why? It easily beats your usual museum trip.
When: 17th May, 2013.
Phone: 020 7942 5000
Where: Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD
Cost: 52 per person, members 47
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