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Summer at the NHM
The event spaces of the Natural History Museum are the perfect choice for summer events. This iconic venue is steeped in history, and includes several vast galleries which set the scene for entertaining.
The Earth Halls at the Natural History Museum opened in 1996 and since then have been a favourite location for unique events. A modern and dynamic setting, the Earth Halls are an exclusive and individual venue ideal for evening events for up to 500 guests.
Within an 8-storey cocoon, the landmark Darwin Centre is the Museum’s most significant expansion since it moved to South Kensington in 1881 – and it’s definitely the most striking. In contrast with the German Romanesque architecture of the original museum, the Cocoon is a modern, organically shaped, light and airy 21st Century structure suitable for up to 350 guests.
The Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum is a stunning and magnificent setting for any evening event. The soaring arches, ceiling panels of gilt gold and terracotta and the huge Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton ensure that this is a venue to wow guests. This large, flexible space is available for evening events, and can host up to 700 guests for a dinner or 1,200 for a reception.