Virtual Tour of Natural History of Museum
Natural History Museum launches 3D virtual tour technology amid coronavirus pandemic.
13:25 01 June 2020
The Natural History Museum in London has launched a virtual tour amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Although the museum is still closed to the public due to the nationwide lockdown, clients can now walk through the spectacular Hintze Hall, Darwin Centre and Earth Hall via 3D technology. Using the technology, clients are able to safely explore the museum's iconic building as well as view spaces from 360° angles.
The Venue Hire business at the museum, which is using the technology to promote the venue, confirms that the structure is now open for 2021 bookings for weddings, private parties or conferences. Potential clients can view a number of stunning rooms where they can visualise their own events taking place.
Robert Wetherell, Head of Events and Catering at the Natural History Museum, said: "Tools like this can help transform the venue hire industry at this difficult time when the museum is closed to the public and we cannot showcase this incredible venue. I am thrilled that our clients can now experience the venue for themselves and visualise their own event taking place in one of London's most unique and iconic venues."
Interested parties can take part in the 3D Virtual Venue Tour by going to www.nhm.ac.uk/business-services/venue-hire.