Win two tickets to ‘Otherworlds’
at the Natural History Museum
Including an overnight stay with breakfast and afternoon tea at the Number Sixteen hotel
To celebrate Christmas in Space and the launch of the up-coming exhibition ‘Otherworlds’, The Conran Shop is partnering with the Natural History Museum to offer an exclusive competition.
The winner will receive tickets to see the exhibition, which opens on 22nd January 2016, and explores the beauty of our solar system. Also included in the prize is an overnight stay for two at the stunning Number Sixteen hotel, with breakfast and afternoon tea.
How to enter
Simply answer the question below for your chance to win this fantastic prize.
What colour is the Space Rocket on display in The Conran Shop Chelsea store windows?
'Otherworlds' at the Natural History Museum
Embark on a stunning journey through space with this photographic exhibition by Michael Benson. Otherworlds will explore the beauty of our solar system and demonstrate that the visual legacy of six decades of space exploration constitutes a visually stunning, important chapter in the history of photography. Raw data provided by the National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) and European Space Agency (ESA) missions has been painstakingly processed and assembled for public display. Created by artist, curator and writer Michael Benson, the 70 composite images on display represent a joining together of art and science.
Exhibition dates 22 January - 15 May 2016
Discover more on the Natural History Museum website.
Included in the prize is an overnight stay for two, plus breakfast and afternoon tea at the Number Sixteen hotel.
Number Sixteen forms part of a mid-Victorian white stucco terrace, situated in the heart of South Kensington.
With interiors designed by Kit Kemp, Number Sixteen has its own tree-filled private garden, Orangery, Library and Drawing Room.
For your chance to win, answer one simple question.
Number Sixteen forms part of a mid-Victorian white stucco terrace and is situated in the heart of lively South Kensington. With modern and bright interiors designed by Kit Kemp, it has its own tree-filled private garden, Orangery, Library and Drawing Room as well as a selection of individually designed rooms.
Terms and Conditions
There is one prize consisting of two tickets to the Otherworld’s exhibition at the Natural History Museum, an overnight’s hotel stay for two people at Number 16 in London including breakfast and afternoon tea for two people. Prize valid from 22nd January until 15th May 2016. Tickets and hotel stay subject to availability. There is no cash alternative. Hotel room valid Friday and Saturday nights only. The following blackout dates apply: 14th and 20-23rd Feb and the 11th- 14th of April 2016. Travel and expenses not included.