Honestly, if your chosen companions for New Year’s Eve don’t include an 82-foot blue whale skeleton, then you’re clearly doing it all wrong. This December, the Natural History Museum is bringing back their spectacular New Year’s Eve extravaganza, for the first time since 2019. A spectacularly Jurassic celebration is on the cards to take place in the museum‘s glorious Hintze Hall, and Hope the whale is already on the guestlist. Here’s how you can join her!
New Year’s Eve at The Natural History Museum
Make a little history as you ring in 2023 and party through the night with some skeletal friends. Over the course of the night you might find yourself throwing shapes next to a diplodocus or roaring along to the music. And since the party is Jurassic themed, you’re highly recommended to come appropriate, in resplendent Jurassic disco fancy dress. There’ll be a competition for best outfit on the night, with a prize for the winner, so you best come prepared!
But that’s not all that makes this sure to be the most unique NYE you’ve ever experienced. Live music and DJs keep the contractually obliged good vibes bumping through the night, while Jurassic-themed performers will delight guests (and get them engaged in plenty of activities over the course of the evening). The much-beloved Musical Bingo will also be making a return, after incredible demand, and you’ll even get a chance at an after-dark exploration of some of the museum galleries. Some of those exhibits are sure to loom even mightier and even taller in the dark!
Tickets for the New Year’s Eve: Jurassic Party
Tickets are now available, so act fast to ensure you don’t miss out. Your ticket includes entry to the museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibitions, as well as all the trappings of the evening and a complimentary beverage. Bars throughout the museum will be on hand to keep you going through the night with a selection of light refreshments and plenty of drinks.
What are you waiting for? This is one night at the museum you won’t be forgetting in a hurry, so grab your tickets now. We know you’ll have a whale of a time! (What? We had to…)