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Turn Back The Clock At This London Museum's New Year's Eve Party

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | September 16, 2016

Turn Back The Clock At This London Museum's New Year's Eve Party

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New Year’s Eve is the perfect moment to reflect on moments from the past year – or moments millions of years in the past.

Lonely Planet spotted an announcement for one enticing shindig going down at London’s Natural History Museum on December 31.

For those wondering, that would be the day that we promise to make the next year count as we make dubious alcohol-fueled decisions. The best way to continue the tradition may just be around some long-since-passed dinosaurs.

The museum touts the event as the Last Dance With Dippy. As previously noted, the location’s famed Dippy the Diplodocus is set to move around the nation in 2017, so this is something of a farewell to an old friend.

Those wishing for an unforgettable experience will pay handsomely. The website states that the event will charge £130 (about $172) for regular admission, (£117/ $155 for members). But, if you want a three-course meal to go along with the night, expect to pay £215 (about $284) (£193.50/ $255 for members).

Tickets can be found at this link.

Those who have never had the chance, here is a brief glimpse of the spot resplendent with natural treasures.







As the release states, you can expect to roam Hintze Hall and take in all the sights of the dinosaur gallery.

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But the night isn’t all archaic, because there will be modern gems pumped out thanks to the Guilty Pleasures DJ.

Those fancy enough to splurge on the meal will get items like beef carpaccio, chicken with pancetta and mushroom and a buttermilk panna cotta with compote.

Sadly, there seems to be no mention of a Flinstones-esque bronto ribs on the menu.

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