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With six fascinating event spaces, St Paul’s is the ideal setting for dinners and receptions, as well as daytime lunches and conferences. The event spaces contain some of the oldest and most beautiful architectural features in the cathedral, but have been transformed into diverse venues ideal for corporate hospitality.
Hintze Hall has a dramatic sense of place. With its grand entrance leading to soaring Romanesque arches, a magnificent stone staircase and 25m skeleton of a blue whale suspended from the ceiling, it is the ideal venue for all kinds of events.
Just some of the events we've held: dinner dances, after-show parties, fashion shows, award ceremony press launches, bar and bat mitzvahs, and weddings. Depending on the number of people and the nature of your event, you can also hire the adjoining galleries for your guests to explore.
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.
Today, the palace is available to hire for a limited number of events each year, whether for fabulous garden parties, sumptuous weddings, amazing dinners or sensational awards ceremonies. The list is endless as the spaces and gardens offer a variety of exciting and versatile spaces to hire.
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.
Whether you are planning a reception, dinner, conference or summer party, we have the space to make your event work perfectly. Our beautiful Main Hall provides a glittering backdrop for every occasion, whilst our Garden Room reception space overlooks our secluded courtyard garden, unique for such a central location.
Situated moments from the River Thames and a short walk from Vauxhall underground station, the Garden Museum is housed in the deconsecrated church of St Mary’s-at-Lambeth. The Museum has been restored to house seven brand new galleries and two stunning garden spaces designed by Chelsea Flower Show garden designers, Christopher Bradley-Hole and Dan Pearson. As Britain’s only museum dedicated to the art, history and design of gardens, the Museum provides a completely unique space in the heart of London.