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.
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