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The Canadian Museum Of Nature Is Throwing A Huge Adults-Only Slumber Party Next Month

Explore the museum by flashlight at night!

Slumber parties aren't just for kids! Next month, there's going to be an adults-only sleepover at the Canadian Museum of Nature! So make sure to get your tickets now, because you don't want to miss this incredible chance to explore the museum after hours with your friends.

The Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa is known for offering some fantastic events for adults, like their regular Nature Nocturne parties. On Sep. 14, 2019, you'll have the chance to attend the Museum's adults-only slumber party!

This unique experience will be incredible! It's your chance to enjoy a cocktail and explore the museum. Throughout the evening, there will be so many fun activities to do. You can't miss the fossil flashlight tour, taking selfies at the photo booth, a scotch tasting, a yoga class, or a hands-on tidepool exploration.

All night, you'll be able to freely roam the permanent galleries and order drinks from the bar. If you feel like dancing, there will also be live music under a giant artificial moon. Plus, you'll be able to indulge in desserts and take part in the all-night movie marathon!

You're welcome to stay up all night, but if you do get tired, there will be sleeping quarters in the museum. A foam mat will be provided for you to sleep on, but if you want, you can bring an air mattress.

The sleepover is happening on Sep. 14, from 7 p.m. to 9 a.m. the next day. Tickets for the event are $165 per person.

Included with your ticket are: a delicious three-course dinner, a welcome cocktail, a midnight snack and drink, a healthy breakfast, your sleeping matt, free overnight parking, and next-day museum admission.

Canadian Museum of Nature Adults-Only Slumber Party

Price: $165 per person

When: Sep. 14, 7 p.m. – 9 a.m. the next day

Address: 240 McLeod St, Ottawa, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Explore the museum after hours at this 19+ event!

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