A night at the museum – how much does it cost to live this movie experience in real life?

A night at the museum – how much does it cost to live this movie experience in real life?
A night at the museum – how much does it cost to live this movie experience in real life?

You already know that the classic starring Ben Stiller is a success, the news is that the adventure of spending a night at the museum has come from the big screen to real life and visitors to the Natural History Museum in London can also enjoy this peculiar experience.

Call of Dino Snores for Grown Ups (which means dinosaurs must snore at adults)the package offers a visit to galleries and exhibitions away from the daytime crowds, an animal workshop, quiz, science show, stand-up, yoga class and a film marathon, as well as a three-course dinner, snacks, drinks alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and breakfast the next day.

The sleeping bags are positioned in Hintze Hall, the museum’s largest gallery, where participants sleep directly beneath a blue whale skeleton.
Created in 2010, the program was initially dedicated to children, but with success, a version for adults was created in 2012. According to the organizers, the museum receives around 300 “guests” per night. The space opens at night on specific dates throughout the year.

How much does it cost to spend a night at the museum

The full package costs £220 for adults, around R$1,350. There are also special packages with a VIP experience. Some dates for 2024 have already been released and others will be announced soon. Follow the website.

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Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is one of the most incredible attractions for families in London, capable of delighting children and adults alike. It invites visitors to a journey through 4.6 billion years of Planet Earth, with its collection of more than 80 million items divided into five main collections: plants, insects, minerals, dinosaurs and animals. As soon as you enter the museum, you feel like you’re in a movie, with high ivory-colored walls, romantic architecture and the skeleton of a 25-meter-long blue whale “swimming” overhead, right where the sleeping bags are. placed. Read more about the Natural History Museum and also check out our brand new London Guide!

I thought the idea was really cool! It’s not a cheap program, but if you enjoy museums, I think it’s worth investing in. Also check out the promotions on air tickets to London that we are finding.

The article is in Portuguese

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