The Natural History Museum opened its doors in 1881, and its world-renowned collection spans 4.5 billion years, from the formation of the solar system to the present day.
The Museum’s Hintze Hall is home to a blue whale skeleton suspended from the ceiling, which will play host to The Luna Cinema this Valentine’s Day.
Watch a classic romcom in an unexpected setting. Known for hosting al fresco film screenings under the stars in the summer months, Luna Cinema has now teamed up with the Natural History Museum to run a series of film screenings in the museum’s majestic Hintze Hall for Valentine’s Day.
Get very close to your loved one under the museum’s giant Blue Whale skeleton and enjoy a box of popcorn as you watch either: Pretty Woman (14 Feb), The Notebook (14 Feb), A Star Is Born (16 Feb) or Love Actually (16 Feb).
Guests are also given access to the museum’s popular Life in the Dark exhibition; take each other by the hand and stay close as you explore the worlds of creatures of the night.
The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, Kensington, London SW7 5BD
14 or 16 February, times vary for screenings