Member Party: Exploring Space

Celebrate out-of-this-world science

Learn about the Museum's space science and celebrate under the largest animal ever to have lived, in this exclusive event for Members.

Enjoy a private party in the spectacular Hintze Hall and its surrounding galleries, and celebrate the innovative space science the takes place at the Museum. You'll also find out more about nocturnal animals.  

Speak to scientists about meteorites, see specimens up-close and learn more about nocturnal species, try your hand at a Mars LEGO rover interactive experience and show off your best dance moves at a silent disco.

As you explore galleries with a complimentary drink, you will also have the chance to enjoy live music and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Museum after hours.

The evening will include:

  • a complimentary drink
  • the opportunity to meet Museum scientists and learn about their groundbreaking work
  • a chance to see the Museum of the Moon installation
  • a silent disco
  • a live animal station with ethical animal handling specialists Zoolab
  • food and drink available to purchase

Exclusive Member event

Tickets to this event are available to Members and their guests only. Become a Member today and enjoy many benefits, including free admission to exhibitions, priority Museum entry and access to tickets for events such as this one. It's easy to join online.

  • Member: £20, Guest: £30
    Includes a drink on arrival

Event dates
4 September 2019 19.00-22.30

Important information

Booking is required. No refunds or exhanges will be given.

Each Member may purchase a guest ticket for another person who will attend with them.

A waiting list will operate to allow Members to resell their tickets if they can no longer attend - however, there is no guarantee that there will be people on the list.

A free ticket for a carer accompanying a guest with a disability can be requested on +44 (0)20 7942 5000, Monday to Friday, 9.30-17.30, subject to availability.

The Museum reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the event as required, such as adjusting the locations, timings or content of the activities. This is to ensure that we deliver a safe and enjoyable experience for all guests at all times.

Please note that photography and filming may take place during this event and these images may be used for Museum marketing purposes. If you have any concerns about being photographed, please speak to a member of staff at the event.

The event will begin at 19.00 and we cannot allow entry after 21.00.

What is Museum of the Moon?

Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. See it for yourself in the Jerwood Gallery until 1 January 2020. Free