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For more than 100 years, the Mail Rail event space was a vital artery in Britain’s communication network. It was keeping information and conversations flowing but hidden from the view. Now you have the chance to experience the secret for yourself - the ambition, dedication and ingenuity that made it truly unique.
It is a beautiful and extraordinarily varied collection, including many famous works: Van Gogh's Sunflowers, Monet's The Water-Lily Pond, JMW Turner's The Fighting Temeraire to name but a few. Located within the heart of central London, where better to entertain your guests than Trafalgar Square?
For receptions, gala dinners, award ceremonies, launches and Christmas parties, choose from the iconic main galleries accommodating 10-1,500 guests. A dedicated conference suite and IMAX Theatre are available for daytime events. Our content and collections, innovative branding and unique features will heighten the ‘wow’ factor.
The Saatchi Gallery, housed in an iconic and historic Grade II* listed building on the Kings Road, Chelsea, has large, minimalist and modern interiors which enable pure versatility and flexibility for your event.
With world leading contemporary art collections creating an ever changing backdrop for events, the Saatchi Gallery provides an elegant, multipurpose setting to host events for up to 1,500 guests.
Set within extensive grounds our venues can accommodate 5 to 1,500 guests. Choose from gallery and exhibition viewings, bespoke talks and tours, planetarium shows, lunar observations, telescope viewings and object interpretation sessions to enhance your guests’ experience. Grounds hire, marquee license and CAA approved heli-landing site available.
The Museum is one of the finest former private residences in London and first opened its doors as a National Museum in 1900. Home to unsurpassed displays of French 18th-century painting, furniture and porcelain, as well as iconic Old Master paintings and a world class armoury, Hertford House has been a spectacular venue for entertaining for over 100 years.
The grand surroundings of the 25 galleries and the contrasting contemporary glazed Courtyard make the Wallace Collection the perfect setting for corporate entertaining, product launches, fashion shows and private celebrations.
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
Our suite of 18th century Fine Rooms can accommodate up to 350 for a reception or 100 for a dinner. The rooms have beautiful period interiors and are hung with masterpieces from our collection. During our Summer Exhibition, you can entertain in the Main Galleries which can accommodate up to 800 for a reception or 250 for a dinner