Bring in the new year whilst partying with Hope the whale.
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 will host a spectacular New Year’s Eve extravaganza, welcoming in 2019 with a celebration that takes place in the spectacular Hintze Hall. Hope the whale is already on the guestlist – here’s how you can join her!
It’s an excellent chance to make a little history of your own, especially with 2018’s ‘Party Animals’ theme. Transform yourself into a fierce lion or a stunning peacock, and get ready for the most unique NYE you’ve ever experienced. It begins with an eclectic range of music to get you up and dancing, whilst a round of Musical Bingo will sharpen your competitive instincts for the year ahead.
Once Big Ben strikes midnight, things get a little more primal, as confetti cannons turn the dancefloor into a colourful whirlwind. The whole party will join in a mass sing-along of Auld Lang Syne, getting 2019 off to a smashing start. Your ticket also includes entry to the museum’s Life in the Dark and Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibitions – so you can learn as well as party, which really is the best kind of fun, isn’t it?
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-y good time!