Chocks away for sleepovers

Youngsters are being offered the exclusive opportunity to set up camp in the Museum’s National Cold War Exhibition, where they will sleep amongst the planes, tanks and missiles. There are events in April and May, with a March event already fully booked.

Suitable for youth groups aged between seven and 15 years, the night at the Museum will be packed with interactive activities including launching K’Nex rocket cars, dressing up in RAF uniforms, and dropping parachutes onto a target from a high vantage point. Following the evening’s activities, attendees will take off to the auditorium to watch a movie, before settling down for the night nestled among the historic aircraft. A continental breakfast will be served the following morning.

Sessions cost £35 per child and £5 per adult and spaces are extremely limited; see for details.


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