If there was ever a time to unleash your inner beast, then it has to be New Year’s Eve – and if you’re going to let your hair down, why not do it with the biggest beasts of all, at Party Animals, the Natural History Museum New Year’s Eve Party. When it comes to New Year’s Eve events in London, they don’t come much bigger or better than this.
The event is scheduled to take place in the historic Hintze Hall, which means revellers will be dancing beneath the biggest animal to have ever lived. If that doesn’t sound too off-putting, then why not come along, as this event is bound to be absolutely epic?
Visitors will be greeted by a “mystical wolf” as they enter the museum and if you survive that, and after you have collected your free drink, you are free to wander the museum to your heart’s content.
Try the Musical Bingo, wonder at the snake contortionist, bust a few moves at the Silent Disco or just follow the roaming calypso band. Whatever you do you are sure to have fun. There will be animal masks to “personalise and wear” and guests are encouraged to come in animal themed fancy dress.
The usual festive drinks and refreshments will be provided along with “edible insects” for the more adventurous/drunk.
Your admission ticket also allows you to visit the museum’s two major exhibitions, Life in the Dark, and Wildlife Photographer of the Year 54. The first takes the visitor down deep down into the subterranean world, as you descend through caves and dive deep into the ocean.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 54 celebrates the amazing diversity of life on planet earth with a breathtaking series of images that explore animal the extraordinary behaviour of animals.
Party Animals takes place on the 31st December 2018 between 8pm and 1am.
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