Smithsonian Sleepovers are back by popular demand, so don’t miss the chance for your kids to sleep among history and enjoy a night of fun and activities at this one-of-a-kind slumber party.
Choose from the National American History Museum, Natural History Museum, or the Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center for your adventure, and get ready for a truly special sleepover. Take a tour, play games, do crafts, and see the museums’ breathtaking beauty at night. Each museum has a slightly different itinerary and activity schedule so that your little ones can choose the one that interests them most. At the end of the night, unroll your sleeping back for a snooze under a space shuttle or next to the giant elephant. The morning brings a quick breakfast and enough time to stop at the gift shop for a memento of your night.
Smithsonian Sleepovers are for children 8 to 12 years of age, and there must be at least one adult for every three children in any group. Visit the website to see the various dates that are available to reserve, and more about the activities associated with each museum.