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Dance with the dinosaurs at this ultimate New Year's Eve Ball

If you're after a New Year's Eve with a difference, look no further than South Kensington. For the first time ever, the Natural History Museum is hosting what's set be a stunner of a NYE Ball, with the famous Dippy the Diplodocus taking centre stage.

The museum's iconic main hall will be transformed into the ultimate prehistoric party setting — the perfect place to count down to midnight. All of your favourite songs, as well as guest requests, will feature thanks to a Guilty Pleasures DJ, so bring your dancing shoes. Bars will be serving drinks and light refreshments throughout the night, or for something a little more substantial, upgrade to a VIP package for a three-course meal. This is a NYE that will go down in history.

New Year's Eve Ball: Last Dance with Dippy is at the Natural History Museum on 31 December from 8pm-1am. Find out more and book here. Tickets start from £117 and include a welcome drink and sweet treat on arrival.

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