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ABOUT THE VENUE

The Natural History Museum opened its doors in 1881, and its world-renowned collection spans 4.5 billion years, from the formation of the solar system to the present day.

The Museum’s Hintze Hall is home to a blue whale skeleton suspended from the ceiling, which will play host to The Luna Cinema this Valentine’s Day.

WHAT’S ON

VENUE ADDRESS

Natural History Museum,
Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD

FIND US

Hintze Hall (under the blue whale),
Natural History Museum

FOOD + DRINK

Refreshments and light snacks will be available to purchase at the bar and every guest will receive a free bag of popcorn with their ticket.

 

A LITTLE SOMETHING EXTRA

Your ticket to Movie Nights at the Natural History Museum also grants you access to ‘Life in the Dark’ before it closes on 24th February 2019. Your ticket admits 1 to the exhibition between the hours of 10:00 to 17:00 from 14th -24th February 2019.

This offer is not transferable to any other event, exhibition or experience at the Natural History Museum. Please bring your event ticket to the exhibition entrance on the day you wish to see ‘Life in the Dark’.

You will not be able to access the exhibition on the screening evenings.