Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum’s magnificent spaces make it one of London’s most unique venues for corporate and private entertaining.

The Hintze Hall is perhaps London’s flagship event space, with its impressive architecture and capacity for large scale receptions and dinners. It is always an honour to work in such a prestigious venue; everybody visits the museum as a child and it is a pleasure to recreate that sense of wonder. The Museum will be saying farewell to the much loved “Dippy” from the Hintze Hall at the end of 2016 and welcoming the new dramatically suspended blue whale skeleton in the Summer of 2017. We are delighted to be part of this new chapter with the Museum which has played host to some of our most iconic events.

Earth Galleries – For a drinks and canape reception, it doesn’t get much better than being in the company of Sophie the Stegosaurus, who is the world’s most complete Stegosaurus. The giant metallic globe that dominates the central space is also a sight to behold with the escalator providing a grand entrance for your entertainment. We would love to see Beyonce descending from the globe singing ‘Run the world’ at an event!

The Darwin Centre is a contemporary space opening out onto the garden, it is perfect for summer receptions.

At the end of the night when all the guests have gone home it is an incredibly eerie space. If you like the idea of a night at the museum we recommend Dino Snores which is a wonderful experience for children.

It is the dream of our Managing Director, Stuart, to have an intimate dinner party on one long table along the bridge overlooking the Hintze Hall. Whereas our venue specialist, Rob, would love to have a dinner for two under the new whale, with Elton John singing on the staircase. A man can dream!

Reception capacity – 1200

Dinner capacity – 700

To enquire for an event at the Natural History Museum please contact our venue specialist Rob on:

020 7401 3200, rob@tabletalk.co.uk or fill in our enquiry form

For the venue’s own website click here 

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