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Darwin Centre in London houses more than 150 seated guests and 350 standing guests.

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London Natural History Museum Darwin Centre

Natural History Museum Darwin Centre

The Natural History Museum London has unveiled a dramatic new public and corporate feature: A £78million, state-of-the-art Darwin Centre. The new venue is the London museums largest expansion since 1881. The Natural History Museum Darwin Centre opened on the 15th September and is available for private hire. It houses 150 seated guests and 350 standing, as well as offering free public entry when un-booked. Events can range from elaborate silver-service dinners to relaxed business mingles.

The main feature of the Natural History Museum's Darwin Centre in London is an incredible 8-storey-high, 65 metre-long cocoon that travels deep into the central London museum's heart: A fantastic specimen of modernist architecture unified with Romanesque design. Visitors are able to take the cocoon journey through the Darwin Centre London, seeing exciting examples of natural history such as huge poisonous plants and massive tarantulas. But don't worry, all is safely enclosed! In total, the cocoon in the Darwin Centre London houses an amazing 20million plants and insects. For the first time, visitors are able to see the Natural History Museum's world-leading scientists hard at work.

The Natural History Museum Darwin Centre in London offers corporate event guests access to the London museum's exhibitions and galleries, as well as the intricately landscaped gardens around the venue. What better way to impress your business contacts than with a conference surrounded by important scientific samples and researchers hard at work?

For a corporate event in London with an exotic, natural twist; use the Darwin Centre at the London Natural History Museum. Business guests will love the setting in the impressive, futuristic central cocoon surrounded by cutting-edge scientific research (but maybe you should save the tarantulas for after dinner!

Visiting the Natural History Museum Darwin Centre:

Address: Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7942 5000

Entrance free: 10.00 - 17.50
Nearest Underground Stations:
Gloucester Road Tube (7 minutes)
South Kensington Tube (5 minutes)

For more details about the Natural History Museum's Darwin Centre in London, please visit : www.nhm.ac.uk

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