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Published on Dec 5, 2008
Ever wondered what happens at a museum at night? Find out with an overnight at the Museum of Science! Enjoy hands-on experiments, a lightning show, an Omni film, AND a Planetarium show. Plus, where else do you have a change to sleep under a dinosaur or giant grasshopper? (Don't worry, there's lots of coffee for the adults.) Interested? Here's how it how it works: Organized groups of 10 or more are invited to call 617-589-0350 to find out more information about the program and reserve space. Overnights are for children ages six to twelve and their adult chaperones. You can also check out our frequently asked questions at mos.org/overnights.