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Photos: 5 Easy Overnight Adventures for Kids

Nothing raises the bar for a family sleepover like bunking next to Babe Ruth.

  1. Kids bunk down at the Georgia Aquarium.

    (Courtesy Georgia Aquarium)
  2. The sleepover tunnel at the Georgia Aquarium.

    (Courtesy Georgia Aquarium)
  3. Inside the Georgia Aquarium during the day.

    (Courtesy Georgia Aquarium)
  4. Curious kids approach sea creatures at the Georgia Aquarium.

    (Courtesy Georgia Aquarium)
  5. Outside of the Georgia Aquarium.

    (Courtesy Georgia Aquarium)
  6. Kids can sleep in the plaque gallery at Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

    (Sara DeGaetano/National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)
  7. Children admire their baseball heros inside the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    (Milo Stewart Jr./National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)
  8. The main hall in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    (Courtesy drumminhands/Flickr)
  9. Outside the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    (Courtesy Wknight94/Wikimedia Commons)
  10. St. Louis Science Center in Missouri features family camp-ins at their Planetarium.

    (Courtesy St. Louis Science Center)
  11. Parents and children explore the Life Science Lab at the St. Louis Science Center.

    (Courtesy St. Louis Science Center)
  12. Planetarium where the kids sleep at St. Louis Science Center.

    (Debbie Franke)
  13. A crowd watches a demo at the St. Louis Science Center.

    (Courtesy St. Louis Science Center)
  14. Carnegie Natural History Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania allows kids ages 6 to 14 to take advantage of their "overnight adventures" program.

    (Courtesy Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  15. Kids look at an exhibit at Carnegie Natural History Museum.

    (Courtesy Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  16. Visitors inspect the zebras in the African Savanna diorama at Carnegie Natural History Museum.

    (Courtesy Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  17. Kids collecting and identifying specimens at the Carnegie Natural History Museum.

    (Courtesy Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
  18. The exterior of the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.

    (Courtesy International Spy Museum)
  19. A look at the "School for Spies" Gallery at International Spy Museum. Children aged 9 to 13 can take part in code breaking, disguise making, spy games, and breakfast when they spend the night at the museum.

    (Courtesy International Spy Museum)

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