Movie Nights at the Museum - 12 to 15 Aug @ Natural History Museum, London, London [from 12 to 15 August]

Movie Nights at the Museum - 12 to 15 Aug


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12 - 15
August
19:30 - 22:00

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Natural History Museum, London
Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD London, United Kingdom
Featuring:

12 Aug — Jaws
13 Aug — Free Willy
14 Aug — Finding Nemo
15 Aug — The Little Mermaid

Take a seat, grab some popcorn and settle in for Movie Night at the Museum.

Celebrate the arrival of the #BlueWhale in #HintzeHall with an ocean-inspired cinema season, hosted in collaboration with Time Out.

Before each film starts, a recording will show a scientist discussing some of the fascinating featured animals and separate the myths from the truth.

Tickets per film: £28, #NHMmembers £25

It's easy to become an #NHMmember online: bit.ly/NHM-Movie-Nights-Join-Now

**12 Aug: Jaws**

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 giant great white shark wreak havoc on the shores of a New England beach town.

**13 Aug: Free Willy**

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.

**14 Aug: Finding Nemo**

Did you know that fish are actually 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 this epic Disney adventure.

**15 Aug: The Little Mermaid**

Did you know flounders are actually brown and flat with both eyes on one side of their bodies?

In this classic Disney tale of a mermaid princess who dreams of becoming human, Ariel falls in love with a handsome prince, much to the dismay of her father and long-suffering friends.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The events are recommended for those aged 18 and over. Children over the age of 12 are able to attend the screening of Finding Nemo and The Little Mermaid if accompanied by an adult.

Bookings are required. No refunds will be given.

Doors open at 19.30 and the event will begin at 21.00.

Disabled helper tickets are available upon request, 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 excellent experience for all guests at all times.

Got a question? Call us on +44 (0)20 7942 5000, Monday to Friday, 9.30-17.30 or email [email protected] at any time.
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