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Sky high venues

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 17:15
The best way to see a city is from a high vantage point and with so many iconic landmarks to admire, a sky-high view of London is a must. During the day, guests will be treated to inspiring views across the city and as night falls, the twinkling lights of the capital’s skyline come alive, creating a one of a kind backdrop that won't be forgotten.
If you have a head for heights and are looking for an awe-inspiring setting for your next event then look no further than our list of unique venues in the clouds.
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Sky Garden
The famous glass dome top of 20 Fenchurch Street is dedicated to three storeys of exquisitely landscaped public gardens and exclusive social spaces, including observation decks and an open air terrace.
Towering 155 metres above London, The Sky Garden is a unique space that offers an uninterrupted panorama of the City’s skyline. The luscious tropical greenery adds an element of escapism, making the venue perfect for a whole host of events from morning yoga to a sunset drinks reception.
Sky Garden offers two spaces for hire: exclusive hire of the whole garden or the dedicated event platform, City Garden. Both promise to be the most unforgettable setting for corporate or private events.
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ArcelorMittal Orbit 
The ArcelorMittal Orbit is no ordinary venue, occupying an enviable location in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the venue is the UK's tallest sculpture, standing 21 metres higher than the Statue of Liberty.
Not only does the UK’s most exciting viewing platform boast breathtaking 20 mile vistas across London, but, for the thrill-seekers, there is the unique addition of “The Slide". The world’s highest and, at 178 metres, the world’s longest tunnel slide, allowing guests to watch the London skyline whizz by as they descend the iconic sculpture- an alternative and thrilling way to begin or end any event.
With a show-stopping backdrop, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the perfect venue for business breakfasts, fine dining, VIP hospitality and product launches.
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Tate Modern
Tate Modern’s Blavatnik Building, is a 64.5 metre high-tower featuring an exterior of latticed brickwork and folded surfaces, while its interior includes an assortment of overground and underground galleries, as well as a roof terrace offering panoramic views of the city.
Sitting proudly atop the gallery space that has so significantly shaped public understanding and enjoyment of modern and contemporary art, this terrace is the ultimate reception or dinner space with spectacular and iconic views of London. This light filled space with beautiful external terrace is simply perfect for receptions for up to 150 guests and dinner for 80.
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Wellington Arch
Set in the heart of royal London, Wellington Arch, cared for by the charity English Heritage, was built as an original entrance to Buckingham Palace, later becoming a victory arch proclaiming Wellington's defeat of Napoleon.

This unmissable London landmark in the middle of Hyde Park Corner is a novel place to impress guests, with its historic looks, elegant stylings and spectacular views of the London skyline including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the London Eye.
Two floors of event space provide a contemporary back drop for a wide range of corporate events including breakfasts, lunches, receptions and private dining and the Quadriga Gallery, set right at the top of the arch, offers a rolling programme of temporary exhibitions which guests can enjoy.
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Coca-Cola London Eye
The Coca-Cola London Eye is a renowned silhouette in the City's skyline. This spectacularly streamlined riverside wheel stands an impressive 135 metres tall and its sleek, modern, glass capsules offer an unrivalled 360-degree view of London and beyond - on a clear day the view extends to 25 miles in each direction.
Take guests on a voyage of discovery on this remarkable feat of design and engineering; from proposals and weddings, dinner and drinks receptions to corporate events, the London Eye provides a truly memorable setting for any occasion.
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