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Trinity House

Built in 1796 and founded in 1514, Trinity House is the headquarters of the General Lighthouse Authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar.

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 charming vistas through high south-facing sash windows.  Trinity House is conveniently located within a few minutes walk of the Tower Hill underground station and other transport hubs and is a popular venue for prestigious corporate events and weddings.



Trinity House

Tower Hill
Trinity Square
020 7481 6931

Events & Capacities

Reception10 - 180
Lunch 8 - 130
Dinner 20 - 130
Dinner Dance 20 - 130
Meeting / Conference 20 - 130
Outside Space 1 - 180
Exhibition Space (m2)
Marquee Capacity0 - 0
Wedding Licence 10 - 130
Wedding Reception 10 - 130
Accessible AccessYes

Trinity House Introduces New DDR Package

Trinity House has collaborated with Lodge Catering to introduce new DDR packages based on a minimum of 40 pax as below:

Theatre Style: £80pp Finger Buffet / £89pp Fork Buffet

Cabaret Style: £87pp Finger Buffet / £98pp Fork Buffet

[All prices exclude VAT and a single catering delivery charge of £90 will be added to the final invoice]PLUS

  • Exclusive use of Trinity House
  • Three servings of coffee, tea and biscuits
  • Buffet lunch to include orange juice and mineral water
  • Free use of Trinity House's tables and leather crested chairs
  • Free wi-fi
  • Access to cobbled courtyard
  • Venue operations manager and door steward
  • Catering Manager provided by Lodge Catering