The Postal MuseumBorough Market Sadler’s WellsHorniman Museum and GardensHouse of CommonsThe Royal Institution of Great Britain10-11 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 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 HouseChurchill War RoomsCentral Hall WestminsterFreemasons’ HallSpitalfields Venue
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.
In a leafy square at the heart of historic Bloomsbury, the Foundling Museum celebrates the history of Thomas Coram’s Foundling Hospital (est. 1739) and the Hospital’s relationship with the artistic visionaries that championed Coram’s cause. Works by Hogarth, Gainsborough and Reynolds adorn the original rococo interiors, while a fascinating collection of artefacts relating to Handel add a musical element to this unique Bloomsbury venue. The Foundling Museum, available for exclusive hire, is arranged over four floors.