Nestled in the centre of London overlooking the Thames, its fantastic location and stunning interiors make it the perfect venue for clients looking for an opulent central London venue minutes from the City.
A beautiful late-Victorian architectural hybrid, the house combines the grandeur of a London mansion with the intimacy of a private home. The interiors are adorned with mahogany, marble and stained glass and create an opulent yet intimate setting for any event. With a variety of stunning rooms, exclusive hire of the house enables you to create a truly unique experience for your guests.
Standing majestically at the centre of the house is the grand oak and mahogany staircase adorned with literary and historical carvings, creating an ornamental centrepiece for events. Two Temple Place offers fantastic flexibility for events across three main event spaces and several additional smaller rooms. The Lower Gallery is perfect for standing receptions and dancing for 150 guests. On the first floor Astor’s former private Library is small and charming and perfect for an intimate drinks reception. The Great Hall, with its majestic hammer beam ceiling and stunning stained glass windows provides an exquisite setting for any high profile dinner, seating up to 120 guests.
Two Temple Place is the perfect destination for a large variety of events such as corporate dinners, charity receptions, filming, concerts and private celebrations. All three main spaces are licenced for wedding ceremonies which gives couples maximum flexibility when planning their special day.
Make Two Temple Place your home for the evening, and wow your guests as this hidden gem of late Victorian architecture comes to life providing the stunning backdrop to our Winter Exhibition; Rhythm and Reaction: The Age of Jazz in Britain. Available for drinks receptions for up to 150 guests, take advantage of our exclusive hire packages which perfectly combine delicious drinks and canapés with an exclusive Private View and guided tour delving into the fascinating history of William Waldorf Astor’s opulent estate office at Two Temple Place.
Marking 100 years since Jazz reached Britain, Two Temple Place will reopen to the public on 27th January 2018, with its seventh annual Winter Exhibition, Rhythm & Reaction: The Age of Jazz in Britain. Produced in partnership with The Arts Society, on the occasion of its 50th anniversary, this major exhibition will bring together painting, prints, cartoons, textiles and ceramics, moving film, instruments and the all-important jazz sound to explicitly examine the influence of jazz on British art, design and wider society.
Packages start from £71 + VAT per person with guests arriving from 18:00 - 21:00
Two Temple Place, a magnificent neo-Gothic mansion on London’s Victoria Embankment, is owned and run by the charity The Bulldog Trust.
Please contact the Events team for further information:
E: Events@twotempleplace.org T: 0207 836 3715