The Natural History Museum, London

The Natural History Museum is home to the nation’s finest collection of natural history specimens. It is one of the UK’s top visitor attractions, with more than four million people every year enjoying exhibitions, events and education programmes.


Natural History Museum

The Museum has been gathering knowledge about the natural world for over 250 years and is known worldwide as a leader in scientific research. The Natural History Museum collections originated in the Sloane collections of the 17th and 18th centuries, and today have grown to over 70 million plants, animals, fossils, rocks and minerals from around the world. Behind the scenes, more than 300 scientists and students use the collections in research into problems such as disease, climate change and threats to the Earth’s biodiversity.


“The Natural History Museums’ vision for the future is to advance our knowledge of the natural world, inspiring better care of our planet.”


As a venue the Museum has the ability to host a range of events across its 3 evening venues. With over 25 years of event management experience the museum prides itself in being one of London’s leading unique venues.


Natural History Museum


Ceremony Details

The 2010 INTERNATIONAL GREEN AWARDS™ ceremony was held on 2nd December 2010 at the iconic Natural History Museum in London. The ceremony was a ‘green carpet’ event featuring a drinks reception and three course silver service dinner in the historic ambience of the museum.

Watch a quick video of the pre-to-post production of the INTERNATIONAL GREEN AWARDS™: