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Nestled in the centre of London overlooking the Thames, its fantastic location and stunning interiors make it the perfect venue for clients looking for an opulent central London venue minutes from the City.
It is a beautiful and extraordinarily varied collection, including many famous works: Van Gogh's Sunflowers, Monet's The Water-Lily Pond, JMW Turner's The Fighting Temeraire to name but a few. Located within the heart of central London, where better to entertain your guests than Trafalgar Square?
Sir John Soane's Museum is one of the most atmospheric and fascinating museums in London, a fantastic venue for a dinner, drinks reception or a private tour, as well as for filming and photography. Set in a Grade I listed building of outstanding originality, the unexpected interiors display Soane's vast, eccentric collections, still arranged as they were on his death in 1837.
Set within extensive grounds our venues can accommodate 5 to 1,500 guests. Choose from gallery and exhibition viewings, bespoke talks and tours, planetarium shows, lunar observations, telescope viewings and object interpretation sessions to enhance your guests’ experience. Grounds hire, marquee license and CAA approved heli-landing site available.
The Museum is one of the finest former private residences in London and first opened its doors as a National Museum in 1900. Home to unsurpassed displays of French 18th-century painting, furniture and porcelain, as well as iconic Old Master paintings and a world class armoury, Hertford House has been a spectacular venue for entertaining for over 100 years.
Designed by Samuel Wyatt and constructed between 1794 and 1796, Trinity House is situated in a tranquil City location overlooking Trinity Square and with direct views of theTower of London. The House has the ambience of a stately private residence and offers exclusive access to a suite of five elegant rooms ranging in capacity from ten - 130 (seated). As the working home of the General Lighthouse Authority, a myriad of fascinating maritime paintings and artefacts - including the brass bell from the Royal Yacht Brittania - are showcased in the impressive rooms, four of which offer charmin
Our suite of 18th century Fine Rooms can accommodate up to 350 for a reception or 100 for a dinner. The rooms have beautiful period interiors and are hung with masterpieces from our collection. During our Summer Exhibition, you can entertain in the Main Galleries which can accommodate up to 800 for a reception or 250 for a dinner
When Tate Modern opened at the turn of the millennium, it was an instant icon, transforming an obsolete power station into the world’s most visited gallery of modern and contemporary art.
The new Tate Modern opened in June 2016, adding a new dimension to UK cultural life. Blavatnik Building boasts new gallery suites for our truly global collection, and generous public spaces for the millions of visitors who come to see our special exhibitions, enjoy our social spaces and enjoy art from around the world.
This architecturally rich building encompasses diverse entertaining spaces and displays artwork from 1500 to the present day. Venues include the new Grand Saloon, Victorian Gallery 9, soaring Sackler Octagon and modern Manton Foyer. Our bespoke event management service, knowledgeable art experts and accredited suppliers make each event a success.