LFM South Bank is perfect for those looking to host parties, functions, conferences, meetings, exhibitions, corporate events or receptions.
With stunning views of the City and Canary Wharf, Design Museum is perfect for hosting exhibitions, galleries, conferences, private dining, functions and parties.
Set within a magnificent and atmospheric Victorian waterworks, where industry sits side by side with elegance, guests are ushered in via the Grand Junction Engine House and can enjoy a venue with a difference.
Located in the heart of Covent Garden, the London Transport Museum is a venue that has a gallery theatre and boardroom space that is ideal for every occasion.
The IWM London is proud to announce that it will be opening it’s doors again for meetings and corporate events on July 29th 2013. Located in Central London, this Grade-II listed building has a number of stunning event spaces suitable for a wide variety of daytime events. Our Georgian boardrooms can hold intimate meetings for […]
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Apart from renting out the museum for exhibitions and events, the museum also runs a diverse and engaging exhibition and education programme.
Situated by the River Thames and next to Lambeth Palace, The Garden Museum provides the perfect location for wedding receptions, corporate events, parties and celebrations. Contact. The Museum’s garden provides a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of central London and is an ideal setting for a pre-dinner drinks reception or a barbecue. Contact. […]
The Museum of the Order of St John, St John’s Gate, London EC1 For further information, please Contact Venues for LONDON for prefered booking rates. Visitors are amazed by the unimagined treasures concealed behind the enigmatic exterior of St John’s Gate. Built in 1504 as the ceremonial entrance to the mediaeval Priory of St John, its […]