Don’t miss your chance to spend the night at the museum!
What is Included
- Check out our hands-on activities
- See two amazing sky shows
- Enjoy a light night-time snack
- Savor a continental breakfast
- Want to enjoy the evening, but can’t spend the night? No worries. There is an evening-only option available. Enjoy the same program, but sleep in your own bed.
Please note that Astro-Overnights are limited to children ages 6-12 with their families, scout group, or other special group. All children attending the evening-only portion or the full Overnight MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Overnight (5pm Friday – 8am Saturday): $60 per person/$55 per member or groups of 15 or more
Evening only (6-10pm): $30 per person/$27.50 per member or groups of 15 or more
VIP Sleeping Option: For $70 per person, you can sleep under the “stars” in our Grainger Sky Theater for a truly magical experience!
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-294-0360.
*Parking is not included with the price of the Astro-Overnight
Not sure what to do about dinner?
Let the Adler take care of that for you! For just $11 per person, you can pre-order dinner to be ready when you arrive. Dinner includes a personal cheese pizza, chocolate chip cookie, and a fountain drink. Dinner will be available for pick-up from 5 pm till 8 pm.
Café Galileo’s is open during Astro-Overnights from 5:00 – 8:00 pm with several menu options.
If you are a group leader of 15+, please contact us so we can check availability and get you registered.
Families or groups of 14 or less, please select from the options below.
What Others Say
“[The] memories are priceless. I enjoyed seeing my daughter having fun while learning about our solar system.”
“[It was a] great opportunity to spend time with my daughter while exposing her to educational material at the same time.”
“Being able to go through the exhibits with a limited crowd, see [two] shows, and sleep the night in the exhibits was worth the money. My daughter had a blast and this is something she would want to do again (and bring her sister with us next time).”