We go to the City Museum at least a couple times a year. If you get an opportunity to sign up for their sleepovers, DO IT. Taking the already incredible experience and adding free run of the place in the middle of the night is just beyond words. You haven't lived until you've watched the sun come up while sitting underneath a giant metal praying mantis. We're going to another sleepover in January so unfortunately the roof won't be open but everything else will be, weather permitting for Monstro of course. They include dinner and breakfast, and project movies on the side of the whale all night.
^ Great idea! I believe they do it here in Vancouver with the Aquarium. A sleep overnight "among the fishes", heh. But - it's not the same thing as it would be, staying, and playing, in this awesome museum overnight!
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