The Natural History Museum is one of London's most iconic venues, with magnificent architecture and intriguing collections providing a stunning backdrop to your reception.
Informal and intimate or creative and spectacular, the Museum has a space to suit you and our dedicated and experienced team provide expert support to plan and deliver your event.
Hintze Hall - the Museum's largest space – re-launched in summer 2017 with a 25m blue whale skeleton diving through the centre. Its surrounding galleries, adorned with stunning nineteenth-century terracotta features, are available in addition to Hintze Hall or as a venue in their own right.
Equally impressive is the Earth Hall, with its grand Stegosaurus fossil welcoming visitors for both cocktail receptions and dinner. Travel through the huge mixed-metal globe to Volcanoes and Earthquakes and the stunning Earth's Treasury gallery.
The Darwin Centre houses the Cocoon and many of the Museum's historic collections, and is a modern event space with a large, landscaped private courtyard.
If you are planning a daytime conference, our lecture theatre may well be the perfect location. The purpose-built Flett Events Theatre has tiered seating for 200 guests and is equipped with sound system, lighting, video and projectors. The bright foyer area is ideal for registration, coffee breaks and standing buffet lunches. Delegates are welcome to explore the Museum’s galleries during opening hours free of charge.
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