American Museum of Natural History’s First Adult Sleep Over Sells Out

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Image courtesy of American Museum of Natural History

Image courtesy of American Museum of Natural History

It appears that $375 per person was a small price to pay for the lucky few who registered for the American Museum of Natural History’s First Ever Adult Sleep Over.

The event, set for August 1, 2014, features dinner with wine and beer, live music, cots for all participants, a special presentation of The Power of Poison Exhibition with Curator Mark Siddal, a Fossil fact-finding tour by flashlight, a Midnight viewing of Dark Universe narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson, access to special exhibits and a live special exhibit called Spiders Alive! Guests get to sleep beneath the beloved 94-foot-long blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.

Here’s hoping this New York museum hosts more of these for those of us who were too slow on the draw this round.

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