Photos: 5 Easy Overnight Adventures for Kids

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Kids bunk down at the Georgia Aquarium.
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The sleepover tunnel at the Georgia Aquarium.
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Inside the Georgia Aquarium during the day.
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Curious kids approach sea creatures at the Georgia Aquarium.
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Outside of the Georgia Aquarium.
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Kids can sleep in the plaque gallery at Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
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Children admire their baseball heros inside the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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The main hall in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Outside the Baseball Hall of Fame.
St. Louis Science Center in Missouri features family camp-ins at their Planetarium.
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Parents and children explore the Life Science Lab at the St. Louis Science Center.
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Planetarium where the kids sleep at St. Louis Science Center.
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A crowd watches a demo at the St. Louis Science Center.
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Carnegie Natural History Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania allows kids ages 6 to 14 to take advantage of their "overnight adventures" program.
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Kids look at an exhibit at Carnegie Natural History Museum.
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Visitors inspect the zebras in the African Savanna diorama at Carnegie Natural History Museum.
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Kids collecting and identifying specimens at the Carnegie Natural History Museum.
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The exterior of the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.
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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.
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Nothing raises the bar for a family sleepover like bunking next to Babe Ruth.

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