As Museums at Night returns to the capital, Neil Simpson finds out how you can experience attractions in a different way
As autumn creeps up on us and darkness descends, you might be tempted to huddle in your hotel or plot up in a pub. If you’re in the mood for something unique, however, there are far more memorable evenings on the horizon. Museums at Night, a twice-yearly festival, is back (25-27 Oct), disrupting the dark with beams of culture.
This cultural highlight sees tourism hotspots – and less likely venues around the city – present one-off events, letting visitors experience these places in a new way.
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