Sleeping in a museum together with 100 other camping visitors?
Who would not want that?
It’s possible again on May 25!
The Cobra Museum remained open all night for children and their (grand) parents on November 10, 2018 for the first time. It was a huge success and we were sold out in no time. We slept in the exhibition An Unstoppable Force. Campers took their own mattress, sleeping bag and flashlight and searched for a place in the middle of the room or just under a favorite painting! In the evening there was film, live music, a flashlight quest, painting on one gigantic canvas and we started playing games such as Werewolves and Twister. And then they went to sleep, among the arts. Some did. The next morning there was a joint breakfast with music from the Music School Amstelveen.
That is why we are organizing Camping Cobra for a second time during 24H, the birthday of Amstelveen. Because it is Cobra’s birthday too,. The movement turned 70 this year. A real birthday sleeping party! This time again there are numerous activities. We make a party collage and party hats. There are old Dutch party games such as cookie bites, nail pooping (!) and donkey jab, but also Twister and Werewolves. Maarten and Jurgen sing campfire songs at a digital campfire. Take your flashlight with you for the nightly quest. Of course there are also films.
So bring your own mattresses, a sleeping bag, flashlight, teddy bear and of course your personal toiletpaper.
See below a cinematic impression of the first Camping Cobra