Nope. Seeing as you most likely would explode from the water in your body heating up to much in a quick instance. Also, you would die before even becoming close to the sun from the intense heat it gives off.The sun is always hot, and just because it is winter here wouldn't change that.Still, at least you "Land among the stars".
First, if you went at night, you'd be going to the moon. Second, the sun does not get cooler in the winter; it just happens that the earth is tilted away from the sun, so it doesn't feel as hot. And third, you can't step foot on the sun before burning first. Just a few things you should probably think about.
The sun is always Hot even in the winter and the night time we get colder because the earth spins away from the sun. And you couldn't go there because you would burn up. The sun is made of HOT gas so you would sink through it.
Are you in 3rd grade,like seasons and Nights dosen't matter. What causes nights are the earth is facing another direction from the sun while the other part of the earth is at day. That's why there's different times in different places. The earth rotates. The sun is always hot, and it is a star. All stars are hot. See the earth is at the good distance from the sun.
The sun always maintains it's extremely high temperature. It melts steel so you could not walk on it regardless of the temperature here on earth. The changes in temperature have nothing to do with the heat of the sun's surface. It's the angle that the earth is showing the sun at any particular time. In winter, the northern parts of the earth tilt away from the sun, thus less of its heat reaches us in the Northern hemisphere. However, those in the Southern hemisphere (Austrailia), receive more of the sun's heat. That is why our winter months in the Northern half of the world are the summer months in the Southern part of the world. It all depends on which way the earth is tilting that gives us our different temperatures.