YOU ARE THE APPLE OF MY EYE.
Which one of our London venue partners is in the spotlight this month?
Each month we pick a London venue to be our unique Venue of the Month.
Capacity: 50-1,200 guests
Address: Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD
Closest station(s): South Kensington
The magnificent Natural History Museum – located on London’s famous Exhibition Road since 1883 – offers several different but equally memorable gallery spaces for evening events. In the Natural History Museum’s magnificent Central Hall, you can dine beneath the spectacular painted ceilings and alongside a full-sized Diplodocus skeleton cast. In the Earth Hall, dinner is served under a huge globe where striking beams of light climb the 18 metre high atrium walls.
The final space is the Darwin Centre which is a contemporary, light filled atrium featuring a centrepiece 65 metre long, eight storey high concrete cocoon. The stunning glass wall opens onto an amphitheatre and garden providing the perfect place for summer parties.