Science Gallery LondonNo.4 Hamilton PlaceOne Birdcage WalkThe 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 at 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 BrandsThe Honourable Society of The Middle TempleMadame TussaudsLSO St Luke'sLord's Cricket GroundLondon Zoo (ZSL)London Transport MuseumLondon Museum of Water & SteamCoca-Cola London EyeLeighton House MuseumLaban BuildingKew PalaceKew GardensKensington PalaceIWM London (Imperial War Museum)Honourable Society of Lincoln's InnHMS BelfastHarrow SchoolHampton Court PalaceGuildhallGibson HallGarden MuseumFoundling MuseumDulwich Picture Gallerythe Design MuseumCutty SarkBFI IMAXBAFTA Piccadilly Banqueting HouseChurchill War RoomsCentral Hall WestminsterFreemasons’ HallSpitalfields Venue
One Birdcage Walk is the purpose built home for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a Royal Chartered Institution that was formed in 1847 by George Stephenson. We operate as a not for profit member’s organisation that strives to improve the world through engineering.
Chiswick House and Gardens is a beautiful and historic setting for a range of events from a romantic wedding or civil partnership, a special party or dinner to corporate award ceremonies and team building days.
This quiet oasis located in west London, includes the stunning 18th century villa, Chiswick House and adjacent pavilion, surrounded by fabulous landscaped Italianate gardens.
The newly restored conservatory provides a spectacular venue for evening cocktail receptions and celebrations, whilst the new café is a modern and delightful alternative.
As one of the largest uninterrupted floor spaces in Central London, the iconic Lindley Hall is an easily accessible, Grade II listed building which is entirely flexible. The hall’s stunning glass-vaulted ceiling lets in an abundance of natural light and can be fully blacked out if required. It’s your blank canvas for every type of event, hosting conferences, exhibitions, fashion shows, dinner dances, weddings, product launches, and many other events. It also provides a stunning backdrop for music videos, car launches, adverts and films.
The Dome is an elegant setting for drinks, dinners and dances. The Raphael Gallery is a magnificent space for dinners and award presentations. The Dorothy and Michael Hintze Sculpture Galleries provide a stunning space for drinks. Illuminated at night, the John Madejski Garden is a perfect venue for drinks receptions.
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
Treat your guests like royalty at one of London’s most iconic venues.
Like a loyal sentry, armed with powerful stone walls, the Tower of London has repelled invasion and protected the kingdom while securing high-profile prisoners and precious contents within. Whatever event you are planning, we proudly invite you and your guests to enjoy the amazing venues available for hire at this World Heritage Site.
Each of the impressive event spaces has its own story to tell.
A calm and beautiful rural idyll only 25 minutes from Central London, there is a sense of anticipation and drama as guests enter the gates – the rich history of the Estate is almost palpable. Syon Park is a magical and romantic setting for all manner of grand celebrations and events.
For centuries, Hampton Court Palace has boldly and magnificently played host to gala celebrations, festive banquets and historic meetings. England’s most famous kings and queens, from Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn to William III and Mary II, dazzled audiences of ambassadors, courtiers, cardinals, artists and dignitaries with the grandeur and majesty of the palace.
Today, your guests can step onto this inspiring stage and experience the soaring state rooms, grand staircases, cobbled courtyards and gorgeous gardens of one of the greatest palaces ever built.
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.
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.