Sleepover at the National Archives
Have you ever wondered what happens in a museum after the building closes and the lights go out? Now’s your chance!
A night of adventure awaits at the National Archives! Join us for a special sleepover at the National Archives Museum in Washington, DC, and spend the night next to America’s most precious treasures: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.
Young explorers will learn about the right to vote with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Frederick Douglass; dive into our nation’s treasured records, including the Rightfully Hers exhibit celebrating the 19th Amendment; navigate the museum with a scavenger hunt; and wake to a pancake breakfast served by the Archivist of the United States.
Upcoming dates: October 24-25, 2020 (THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED)
Time: 6:30pm Saturday until 9:00am Sunday
Location: National Archives Museum, Washington, DC
Price: $125 per attendee; $100 for Foundation members
Ages: recommended for children 8-12 years old; chaperones must be 21+ (adults must be accompanied by a child)
To make everyone’s evening enjoyable, we ask that guests follow these rules.
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Made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation with the generous support of John Hancock.