Natural History Museum of Utah is inviting families over for a sleepover.

On March 8, kids and parents can get cozy in their sleeping bags in the Life Gallery under the giant DNA structure after an evening of making dry ice bubbles, checking out live insects and testing Fremont Indian tools. There will also be a story time around a virtual campfire. In the morning, a continental breakfast will be served for all of the night's guests.

Prices are $50 per person for non-members, $45 per person for members.

Kids must be accompanied by an adult age 25 or older, and adults must be accompanied by a kid. The program is for kids ages 5 to 13.   

For more info, click here or call 801-581-6927.

Natural History Museum of Utah is located at 301 Wakara Way, SLC.