The Museum of London will be lighting up the night with a summer party season inspired by their major exhibition, London Nights, while the Museum of London Docklands will be inviting guests to enjoy riverside celebrations at the Grade I listed Canary Wharf venue.
London Nights is a major exhibition exploring London after dark from the centre of the city to the suburbs through a range of historic and contemporary photography. Encapsulating the spirit of the exhibition, summer parties at the Museum of London will be dazzlingly illuminated with colourful uplighters, neon serving trays and interactive black lights, keeping the party shining bright long after the sun has gone down.
Parties held at the Docklands site, will be themed to celebrate the maritime history of London, inviting guests to discover the depths of the Thames with nautical styling, menus and entertainment. Guests can also take full advantage of the summer weather, in the newly constructed river-side veranda, the Muscovado Terrace, all set to the backdrop of London’s futuristic financial centre.
Check out Museum of London’s Funky Venues profile here and Museum of London Dockland’s Funky Venues profile here.