Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum

The 52nd Wildlife Photographer of the Year has launched within a new gallery space at one of our favourite venues, the Natural History Museum, and is available for private hire.

For the first time this year, private hire of the stunning Waterhouse Way can be combined with the world-famous nature photography exhibition for a drinks reception or formal dinner. With capacities ranging from 50-200 guests for dinners and 100-400 for receptions, the space boasts striking architectural features and is home to some of the most complete fossils of prehistoric sea animals in the world.

Lucy Meehan, Senior Events Manager at the Natural History Museum explains:

“This is a great opportunity to really get up close and personal with some of the world’s most exciting creatures. Guests can begin their evening with a welcome drink in Waterhouse Way, explore the gallery then return to the event space. There are so many elements for guests to discover in Waterhouse Way, including one of our favourites the Giant Sloth which has to be seen to be believed. With so much choice from our team of accredited suppliers every event set up can also be truly unique.”

The exhibition will be running until 10th September 2017. For more information visit http://www.nhm.ac.uk/business-services/venue-hire.html

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