Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Adults-Only Sleepover in Celebration of Transformed Stanley Field Hall @ The Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois


Why should kids get all the fun? On Saturday July 7th, the Field Museum will host its first ever adults-only sleepover adventure. With the largest dinosaur ever discovered, fun activities, and exhibitions open late, any adult fan of the Field Museum is sure to feel like a kid again. Switch out your clothes for pajamas the night of July 7th for some youthful fun without the kids.
Adults will spend time in a new and improved Stanley Field Hall, refreshed with a 122-foot-long titanosaur, a flock of pterosaurs, and four state-of-the-art hanging gardens. The best part? Those who sleep over will have access to a nearly-empty museum. Explore the museum after hours and see SUE in their new home at the Evolving Planet Exhibition.
Enjoy activities throughout the night including talks with Field Museum scientists, hands-on science opportunities, board games, and bocce ball. After a midnight snack, spread out your sleeping bag and curl up next to the displays in the Field’s legendary animal halls. And the fun doesn’t stop there. The next morning, experience birdwatching and tai chi.
This one-of-a-kind evening allows adults to have an intimate experience of discovery at their own pace in the Field Museum. Bring a sleeping bag and prepare to dream of dinos on July 7th. Tickets are $80 and include dinner, breakfast, a midnight snack. The Titanosaur Sleepover is a 21+ event.

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