Catch your fave flicks and learn a thing or two while you're at it!What’s better than watching your favourite movies? Watching your favourite movies at the Natural History Museum of course! Catch some brilliant movies featuring ‘Finding Nemo’, ‘Free Willy’ with more films to be announced, all in the fascinating surrounds of one of London’s most popular museums. And just to make it all the more exciting, you'll enjoy each movie seated under the brand-new blue whale, whose vast, fascinating skeleton has recently replaced the Diplodocus cast that stood in the grand entrance to the museum. This explains why each movie is ocean-themed! Before each movie begins, a pre-recorded scientist will entice you by discussing some of the fascinating featured animals and separate the myths from the truth.
Positioned perfectly in the calendar for a fun evening out over the summer holidays, these events are sure to keep you entertained for a few hours, and educate you, too! Sound exciting? Book yourself a ticket for just £28 today.
Not quite as exciting as Ben Stiller’s night-time adventures in ‘Night at the Museum’ but most definitely more exciting than streaming movies from your sofa from a dodgy website, Movie Nights at the Museum is a great way for you, your friends, your family or whoever tickles your fancy, to enjoy some of the greatest movies ever made and learn some exciting facts about the animals featured in them.
‘Jaws’ on August 12
Did you know that great whites are not usually ravenous man-eaters and actually find the taste of human flesh unpalatable?
Nevertheless, this legendary Steven Spielberg thriller sees a great white shark wreak havoc on the shores of a New England beach town.
‘Free Willy’ on August 13
Did you know that the killer whale is not a whale but a dolphin?
In this heart-warming 90s classic orphan Jesse befriends a captive killer whale and does whatever it takes to return him to his family and ocean home.
‘Finding Nemo’ on August 14
Did you know that fish are actually quite good at remembering things?
Follow young clownfish, Nemo, as he is unexpectedly taken from his Great Barrier Reef home and his father and forgetful sidekick embark on a courageous journey to find him and bring him home in his epic Disney adventure.
‘The Little Mermaid’ on August 15
Did you know that flounders are actually brown wand flat with both eyes on one side of their bodies?
In this classic Disney tale of a mermaid princess who dreams of becoming a human, Ariel falls in love with a handsome prince, much to the dismay of her father and long-suffering friends.
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