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VIDEO: Halloween at the Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum welcomed visitors to its after-hours Halloween event last week.

Lit up in red, the South Kensington museum opened its galleries, bar, and silent disco on Halloween night for guests who were dutifully dressed to theme as dinosaurs, cowboys, bedbugs and more.

The sold-out event also hosted a number of science stations, where people could learn about the origins of monsters such as the yeti and the kraken. 

Regular exhibits including the giant sloth were also open to view.

Robbie Watts, an Events Producer at the museum, explained what went into organising the evening’s festivities, what visitors could expect to find, and what the next event in their calendar is.

Hear what he had to say in the video below.

WATCH: Halloween at the Natural History Museum

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