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Banqueting House has two spaces for corporate and private evening entertaining. The Main Hall is topped by the magnificent Rubens ceiling and able to seat 380 for dinner or 500 for a drinks reception. The Undercroft is an atmospheric space for pre-dinner drinks or more contemporary parties.
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 :