- Function Rooms: 4
- Max Meeting: 209
- Max Dinner: 700
- Max Reception: 1200
If you’re impressed by the Natural History Museum’s cathedral-like facade, the interiors will knock your socks off. The imposing Central Hall, where guests can enjoy evening dinners and receptions around the giant cast of a Diplodocus skeleton, is still as knockout as ever, especially once its dramatic features are lit for events. A separate side entrance leads into the Earth Hall where up to 200 guests can dine beneath a vast globe and surrounded by 18m-high slate walls, etched with drawings of the night sky. The opening of the £78m Darwin Centre in 2009 added a fiercely contemporary facet to an already impressive collection of spaces. Daytime conferences can be accommodated in the Flett Theatre.
On 4 March 2014, The V&A, Science Museum and Natural History Museum will open their doors for what is set to be another successful ‘Strictly SW7’. The South Ken trio’s showcase event sees each museum show off what it can do for corporate events, with attendees moving between the three venues over the course of the evening. Entertainment, lighting, flower and furnishing suppliers will all feature – catering is always a highlight, with the likes of Ampersand taking the reins at the Natural History Museum.
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