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 MuseumShakespeare’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 PalaceImperial War MuseumLincoln'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
This Grade I listed former Georgian warehouse, built in 1802, offers a distinctive backdrop for entertaining. Its original pine columns and floors juxtapose stylishly with contemporary fittings, offering exceptional opportunities for corporate entertaining from formal dinners, champagne receptions, and meetings.
In its inspiring galleries, visitors are taken on a journey through London’s history from the prehistoric times right up to the present day. The museum is a stunning venue for both daytime and evening events and these unique spaces provide the perfect backdrop for drinks receptions, dinners and conferences.
Situated in the heart of London, yet with beautiful and secluded surroundings, this historic venue boasts one of the finest Elizabethan Halls in the country. Built in 1570 it remains virtually unaltered to this day never failing to wow clients when they step into the room. An impressive setting for dinners up to 300 and receptions up to 500 guests.
The stunning suite of Bench Apartments with exquisite carved panelling and intricate ceilings are ideal for smaller receptions, lunches, and meetings.
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.
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.
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.
Built in 1869 to carry tea back from China, this monument to the glory days of sail travelled the world and survived the high seas. The ship boasts a spectacular riverside setting, with a sweeping outlook across the Thames to the city beyond. Entertaining on Cutty Sark is a truly exclusive experience, with four superb locations for evening events.
Completed in 1933 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in the First World War, Freemasons’ Hall is one of the finest buildings in England, and is now Grade II* listed.
The Hall in the Garden
Since the first Hall was built in 1776, we have always welcomed visitors and hosted events. The current Hall – the third one – has a great location in Covent Garden and some wonderful spaces that can be hired.
There are two distinct areas with several spaces in each :