THATMuse

Classic Private THATBrit Rules & Tools

MEETING POINT

The entrance to the British Museum.

Your first task will be to find our meeting point on Great Russell Street, just outside the BM’s main gate. If facing the museum your greeter, Daisy, will be just to the left of the entrance (photo above), across the road from a Starbucks, near a red London phone booth (photo below). Daisy has brown hair & will have her signature white canvas THATMuse tote. Her mobile is +44 (0)7921 589912 (on WhatsApp, too). Together you’ll navigate security & coat checks before she gives you a brief history of the museum … Read More

THATNat: Bird or Dinosaur?

Originally published March 22, 2018

On this upcoming Sunday, 25 March, we’re launching THATNat- our Treasure Hunt At The Natural History Museum! We’ll be meeting for the hunt at 2 pm in the Lower Ground Floor ‘Picnic Area’: If entering Hintze Hall from the Cromwell Rd entrance, place yourself below the belly of the Blue Whale soaring above the lobby. Within Hintze Hall, to the right (Info Desk behind you) pass through the double-doored corridor then hang another sharp right to the stairwell leading down to the Lower Ground Floor (in the ‘Green Zone’ as per the map). Once … Read More

THATNat: Human or Ape?

Originally published March 22, 2018

The Beatles had a famous song (at least one) where they sang, “Look for the girl with the sun in her eyes, and she’s gone.” They were not talking about the Lucy you’ll meet on your THATNat hunt at the Natural History Museum in London, but imagine this tiny human living many, many years ago. She probably had a few happy moments, with sun in her eyes. Or at least we like to think so.Lucy was not a human; however, she was not an ape either. So, what was she?

Discovered in Ethiopia, Lucy belongs … Read More