Museums at Night autumn edition highlights
London Transport Museum have got all the nostalgia vibes going on with a celebration of 80s women and the things they achieved, in a delightful 80s retrospective. Get yourself a tarot reading, while immersing yourself in a photographic archive of rave culture and activism.
The Chocolate Museum is opening its doors until late for a game night which is sure to be sweet like.. well you know the rest. Play options most notably (and hilariously) include chocolate board games and an augmented reality game of a chocolate trail.
Step even further into the world of the founder of psychoanalysis with a presentation from lecturer Nadia Choucha at the Freud Museum on the links between surrealist art, occult symbolism, as well as Freudian theories through the years. Mind-bending.
Hit up Fulham Palace (which was originally a Tudor Manor House) and embark on a riddle-filled night of adventure. Once you’ve solved all the puzzles, take all the pics at a pop-up costume photo booth and enjoy live music in the Tudor Great Hall.
Find out everything you need to know about South American medicinal plants. Yes, we know, this is what you’ve been waiting for. Kew Gardens experts will be running talks on plant mysteries such as cinchona and curare. But, above all, don't miss the masterclass on our favourite medicinal botanical product, gin. Learning has never been more fun or delicious.