Natural History Museum

The Grade I listed Natural History Museum is one of London’s most iconic buildings and venues. Its breath-taking Romanesque architecture and awe-inspiring collections create the perfect backdrop for any event.

EVENTS AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

The world-renowned museum in South Kensington has an incredible range of spaces available for any of your venue hire needs, however large or small your party. Whether you are looking for an event with maximum impact or a more intimate celebration, their team will help you to choose the ideal space for the occasion.

Whether you’re hosting a reception where guests sip champagne beneath a giant globe or a sumptuous banquet where guests dine below a soaring blue whale skeleton, the diversity of spaces at the Natural History Museum means there is always a perfect venue for your evening event. The amazing array of specimens contained within the museum’s stunning galleries ensures that guests will be captivated from the moment they walk through the grand entrance.

WHAT PAYNE & GUNTER BRING TO THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

The Natural History Museum works very closely with all of their event suppliers to ensure they create the perfect event for all clients. Payne & Gunter have catered a number of events with The Natural History Museum since becoming an approved supplier and particularly excel at delivering large scale events in the Hintze Hall, which is the museum’s most popular space. The teams have developed a very close working relationship and you can rely on them for fantastic service and a memorable experience for your guests.

GETTING TO YOUR EVENT AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

Here are the location details to make it easier for you to find The Natural History Museum, whether you’re coming to take a look around or get the party started:

Address: 

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

Transport links:  

The nearest Tube station is South Kensington on the District, Piccadilly and Circle lines. The station is approximately five minutes' walk from the Museum's Exhibition Road entrance.

Website:

www.nhm.ac.uk