Our public events and immersive experiences offer some of the coolest things to do in London.

Whether you're a night owl ready to have a hoot at a Museum sleepover, or you'd bend over backwards to try one of our yoga classes, our events allow you to experience the Museum's iconic space in new and exciting ways.  

Access the galleries and exhibitions away from the daytime crowds and enjoy a range of quirky activities day and night at the Museum. 

Yoga at the Natural History Museum

A unique yoga class in the iconic Hintze Hall, followed by exclusive access to a Museum exhibition or gallery.

Experience events under the Moon

Join us for a series of special events with Museum of the Moon, a visiting artwork by Luke Jerram.

Catch a killer

Crime Scene Live combines forensic science with immersive crime fiction, so put on your detective cap and get ready for a murder-mystery night that will make your blood run cold.

Explore a night-time world

Our sleepover for kids aged 7-11 gives budding natural history bods the chance to discover the Museum after dark and get involved in fun educational activities.

Get into the festive spirit

The Dino Snores for Kids - Christmas Special is the perfect festive experience for children aged seven to eleven. 7 December.

Pull an all-nighter

Come to a sleepover for grown-ups at one of London's most famous buildings and enjoy a night at the Museum featuring great entertainment, food and drink.

Get ready for a wild New Year's Eve Party

Unleash your inner-creature of the night and ring in the new year in the Museum's iconic Hintze Hall.

Come to life at Lates

Explore the galleries, exhibitions and shops after hours, with expert-led talks and fun, themed events at Lates. The final Friday of each month, except December.

Party after Lates at a Silent Disco

Make waves on the dance floor under Hope the whale, and curate the soundtrack to your night as three DJs make you move. Bookings essential.

Go behind the scenes

Go on a tour with our knowledgable science educators for a look at the Museum's fascinating zoology collection preserved in alcohol.

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