This magical setting provides a stunning backdrop for small to medium evening events looking for that wow factor.
18 metre high slate walls etched with images of the night sky enclose a magical space beneath a suspended giant metallic sculpture of the Earth.
A modern and dynamic setting, the Earth Halls at the Natural History Museum are an exclusive and individual venue ideal for evening events. Accessed via its own entrance on Exhibition Road, the Earth Hall is the entrance to the Earth Galleries wing of the Natural History Museum. Guests can enter the three-storey space via this exclusive entrance to roam the ground floor space decorated with six statues of gods, monsters, a scientist and an astronaut set onto glass globes.
Guests are then able to take the escalator up from the centre of the room through the centre of the metallic globe above. The space can accommodate up to 200 guests for a seated dinner or 500 guests for a reception event.
Dinner 50 – 200
Reception 100 – 500