overnight adventures

School Camp-in: Best of the Museum

Program Description

Ever wondered if the Museum comes alive at night? Find out for yourself while sleeping among polar bears and zebras in our wildlife diorama halls. Try some of our favorite programs, see an IMAX film or Planetarium show, try out fun experiments, and explore your favorite exhibits after dark.  For grades 3-6; offered on select dates throughout the year.


Update [2/9/2021]: After taking time to review our Overnight Adventure Programs alongside public health guidelines, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is not offering Overnight Adventures for the 2020-2021 school year.

We invite you to check out our other great onsite, virtual, and offsite offerings.

We are excited to share that all schools qualify for a minimum of 50% off programs through May. To claim the 50% scholarship, enter DMNS50 at check out when booking online at learning.dmns.org or call us at the number below. If your school has a Free or Reduced Lunch rate of 50% or higher, call 303.370.6000 to access a 100% scholarship. All programs must be completed by 5.21.2021.

All overnights are 6 p.m.–11 a.m.

Limited dates and spots available.


Grades 3–6


$55/student or additional adult, free/teacher or youth leader

Group Size

Minimum 6 students/1 adult per camp-in

Helpful Information


Payment and final participant count in full is due 30 days prior to your event. The Museum will send an email with a payment reminder 45 days before the program. Upon payment, a receipt will be e-mailed to you along with details for your program. All sales are final unless the Museum cancels the event.


Orientations are available upon request for Group Coordinators over the phone or in person at the Museum. We recommend orientations for teachers that have not attended a Camp-in. Please email [email protected] to schedule an orientation. 

What will happen at Orientation?

  • Go over your Camp-in’s agenda and other important information, View Sample Agenda
  • Distribute your final packets, including name tags
  • Give parking information
  • Do a walk through of the areas you will be using during the Camp-in
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