The magnificent Natural History Museum offers several different but equally memorable spaces for a range of evening and daytime events. The Natural History Museum has various areas for spectacular evening events and one space for day time conferencing.
The world famous Hintze Hall can entertain a host of events from dinner dances and awards ceremonies to fashion shows and rock concerts and easily holds up to 1200 guests. In addition the dynamic and futuristic Earth Galleries make a stunning setting for cocktail receptions and lavish parties, with the capacity for up to 400 guests. The Darwin Centre is a new and exciting event space. Be one of the first to dazzle your guests beneath the eight-story cocoon, home to 200 Scientists and millions of plant and insect specimens.
The Natural History Museum have recently launched new and exciting spaces, perfect for more intimate dinners and receptions. The Earth’s Treasury is home to glittering displays or unique specimens, while the Images of Nature Gallery explores how artists and scientists view the natural world through historic prints, watercolours and modern images.
Finally, the Flett Theatre is a fixed seated auditorium holding 209 guests, ideal for presentations, product launches and can be hired with the Earth Hall for an evening event.
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Hintze Hall (Central Hall)
Capacity: 650 Seated / 450 Dinner-Dance / 1200 Reception
Hintze Hall (Central Hall) + North Hall for reception (Waterhouse Way)
Capacity: 700 Seated / 1200 Reception
Capacity: 200 Seated / 500 Reception
Capacity: 209 Theatre
Darwin Centre + Courtyard
Capacity: 150 Seated / 350 Reception
Museum of the Moon, Jerwood Gallery
Capacity: 300 Seated / 300 Standing