Museum of the Moon at The Jerwood Gallery, The Natural History Museum
A brand new space offering a truly one-of-a-kind experience.
The installation of Luke Jerram’s 7-metre-wide Museum of the Moon has arrived at the Natural History Museum, offering guests a truly one-of-a-kind event. This space is exclusively available 17th May 2019 until 1st January 2020.
The Jerwood Gallery is located off Dinosaur Way and is part of the Waterhouse building of the Natural History Museum. Offering the same traditional and beautiful architecture as the likes of Hintze Hall it will create a stunning setting for any event.
The brand-new space boasts a capacity of 350 guests for dinner, dinner dance and standing events and offers a unique dining experience from start to finish.
Guests will be able to enter through the Darwin Centre, meaning they have the option of summer drinks on arrival in the Courtyard during the summer months or the Darwin Centre atrium before moving inside to dance the night away under the moon.
The Museum of the Moon can be hired on a dry hire basis to be used for the entirety of an event or alternatively it can be added as a party space for guests to enjoy following an event in the Darwin Centre or Hintze Hall.
Moving Venue were thrilled to be the first to cater an event in the space following its launch date on the 17th and have created bespoke proposals suited to a space theme!
With Galaxy dessert stations and Man on the Moon Cocktails we have never been more excited to make every event out of this world!
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