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 :
On the ground floor there is the Gallery Suite & Ante Room and the Old Boardroom.
Our grandest and largest spaces are on the first floor - the Grand Temple and the Vestibules and associated spaces.
There are different combinations of the spaces that can be used to suit a wide variety of events:
All hirers of the Grand Temple and/or the Vestibules have exclusive use of the Tower Doors, which lead in to The Tower Entrance and the Tower Cloakroom.
From the Tower Entrance there are two stone staircases that lead up to the first floor and the Vestibules.
The Vestibules have a capacity of 450 standing for parties and receptions.
Next to the Vestibules is the Processional Corridor leading to the Past Grand Officers’ Robing Room – together these have a maximum capacity of 400.
Please note – if the furniture is moved out of the Past Grand Officers’ Robing Room, this room will need to be stored in this room.
The Processional Corridor, the Past Grand Officers’ Robing and the Grand Officers’ Robing can be hired on their own – ideal for smaller conferences and meetings.
The Grand Temple – this is the largest and the grandest of our spaces at Freemasons’ Hall.
Please note: as a Peace Memorial, we do not host weddings or civil partnership ceremonies or receptions or private birthday/celebration parties.
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|Reception||50 - 1 000|
|Lunch||50 - 250|
|Dinner||50 - 250|
|Dinner dance||50 - 1 500|
|Meeting/conference||50 - 1 600|
|Exhibition space (m2)|
|Marquee capacity||0 - 0|
|Outside space||0 - 0|