Natural History Museum’s New Year’s Eve Party Is The Place To Be!


Make a splash as you enter 2019 in the iconic Hintze Hall, dancing beneath the biggest animal to have ever lived.

Upon arrival guests will be greeted by their host for the evening, a mystical wolf, as they collect their complimentary drink and enter Hintze Hall – the epicentre of the Party Animals experience. From there the Museum is free to roam and full of fun to be had! Packed with animal-themed activities, bars serving refreshments and your fellow revellers dressed to impress, there’s not a moment to waste!

Try your luck at Musical Bingo, sample edible insects, explore two blockbuster exhibitions, or get your groove on in the Silent Disco. Meanwhile, getting the audience in a twist, will be our snake contortionist who will be wowing the crowds with her bendy moves throughout the night. There’s also animal masks to personalise and wear, entertainment from a roaming Calypso band and from the Love Cats, who will be handing out treats and messages of prosperity for 2019.

Dates and times:       31 December 2018, 20.00 – 01.00 
Admission:                Adult: £99, Member: £89
Location:                    South Kensington