The Postal MuseumBorough Market Sadler’s WellsHorniman Museum and GardensHouse of CommonsThe Royal Institution of Great BritainSky Garden10-11 Carlton House TerraceArcelorMittal OrbitRSA HouseBritish LibraryTwo Temple PlaceThe National GalleryChiswick House and GardensGoldsmiths' Centre, TheSomerset HouseSir John Soanes MuseumSwan, Shakespeare’s GlobeScience MuseumSaatchi GalleryRoyal Opera HouseRoyal Museums GreenwichThe Royal Institute of British ArchitectsRoyal Hospital ChelseaWhitechapel GalleryRoyal Horticultural HallsWestminster AbbeyWellington ArchRoyal Geographical SocietyWellcome Collection Events SpacesSouthbank CentreWallace CollectionRoyal College of PhysiciansRoyal Albert HallVictoria and Albert MuseumTwickenham StadiumRoyal Air Force MuseumTrinity HouseRoyal Academy of ArtsTower of LondonTower BridgeOld Royal Naval CollegeTate ModernTate BritainSyon ParkSt Paul's CathedralSt Martin-in-the-FieldsSouthwark CathedralSpencer HouseNatural History MuseumNational TheatreMuseum of the Order of St. JohnMuseum of London, DocklandsMuseum of LondonMuseum of BrandsMiddle TempleMadame TussaudsLSO St Luke'sLord's Cricket GroundLondon Zoo (ZSL)WWT London Wetland CentreLondon Transport MuseumLondon Museum of Water & SteamCoca-Cola London EyeLeighton House MuseumLaban BuildingKew PalaceKew GardensKensington PalaceIWM London (Imperial War Museum)Lincoln's InnHMS BelfastHarrow SchoolHampton Court PalaceGuildhallGibson HallGarden MuseumFoundling MuseumDulwich Picture Gallerythe Design MuseumCutty SarkBFI IMAXBAFTA 195 Piccadilly Banqueting HouseBenjamin Franklin HouseChurchill War RoomsCentral Hall WestminsterFreemasons’ HallSpitalfields Venue
Housed within the former Grand Junction Water Works, the London Museum of Water and Steam tells the story of how London received its water supply throughout the ages. Built in 1838 the site was responsible for providing clean and safe drinking water to millions of Londoners for almost 200 years. Today the Museum stands as testimony to the genius of Victorian engineering, boasting one of the world’s largest collections of working steam-powered water-pumping engines.
Kew Palace comprises of the glorious Palace, the newly refurbished Royal Kitchens and the very intimate Queen Charlotte’s Cottage all set within Kew Gardens. All have capacity for receptions, dinners and some for wonderfully intimate weddings. Guests can experience a tour of this gem of a palace, including areas not open to the public.
Kew’s unique and awe-inspiring venues range from the iconic Orangery to the historic Georgian Cottage, and living tropical glasshouses. Within a beautiful setting of 300 acres of botanical gardens, you can be assured that you and your guests will never forget your experience at Kew.
Today, the palace is available to hire for a limited number of events each year, whether for fabulous garden parties, sumptuous weddings, amazing dinners or sensational awards ceremonies. The list is endless as the spaces and gardens offer a variety of exciting and versatile spaces to hire.
IWM London has been transformed. Designed by Foster + Partners, a spectacular new Atrium forms the heart of the museum and a breath-taking hanging gallery in the rooftop provides dramatic views of the floors beneath. Along with the remodelled daytime meeting and conference rooms, IWM London provides the perfect showcase for events big and small, traditional and low-key or high profile and inspirational.
From private dinners in the Fourth Form Room to spectacular parties in the Speech Room, Harrow School is an ideal location for your event. Working with selected suppliers, we can manage all aspects of event design, production and catering to ensure that your event, like us, is unique and exclusively yours.
The palace is situated along the banks of the River Thames with many of its magnificent staterooms offered as unique backdrops for receptions, dinners and other events. Conferences and team away days can be organised in a variety of styles utilising the beautiful grounds and formal gardens of the venue. We have two meeting spaces suitable for small groups of up to 28 or larger groups for up to 180 guests.
We also have a broad selection of wedding venues suitable for all sizes and budgets. We would be delighted to speak to you about what is on offer!
Situated in the heart of the City of London, the world’s leading international financial and business centre, this striking Grade I-listed landmark offers a stunning setting for banquets, conferences, dinners and receptions. With clients that include leading international organisations, charities and professional and academic bodies, Guildhall offers an extraordinary portfolio of historic spaces, fully equipped with excellent facilities for modern business requirements.
Situated in the heart of a South London Village, just 15 minutes from central London, Dulwich Picture Gallery is home to one of the country’s finest collections of baroque Masters. The suite of eight interconnecting galleries offers the perfect intimate and pioneering space for exquisite drinks and canape receptions or formal banquets surrounded by the densely hung highlights of Dulwich’s permanent collection.
BAFTA 195 Piccadilly boasts a variety of spaces for events, from the world-class state-of-the-art 3D cinema hosting screenings and award ceremonies, to the David Lean Room which is ideal for conferences, dinners, and a unique platform to say ‘I do’. Open seven days a week, BAFTA 195 Piccadilly welcomes both corporate and private enquiries..