The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. Get up close to the Crown Jewels, meet the legendary Yeoman Warders and ravens and see the Tower like never before.

The Tower of London was built as a secure fortress and a symbol of royal power. Behind the castle’s walls were storehouses for weapons and the Royal Mint produced the nation’s coins. It was also a royal palace with luxuriously furnished apartments and a menagerie of royal beasts. But the Tower was also used to contain people who posed a serious threat to national security.

Despite its fearsome reputation the story of imprisonment at the Tower is not just one of traitors and gruesome executions. It is also a tale of luxury, banquets and daring escapes. Many prisoners did not end their lives there but were released after paying a ransom or when they no longer posed a threat to security. Like the story of the Tower itself, its role as a prison is a varied one.

At the centre of this ancient fortress and World Heritage Site is its oldest and most recognisable building – the White Tower. The King’s Great Hall on the first floor is a truly special space for dinners and receptions, and a magnificent experience at night. Adjoining rooms hold vast displays of armour belonging to English kings including Henry VIII and Charles I.

Guildhall takes guests on a journey of over 800 years with its awe-inspiring architecture and versatile function spaces. Within the walls of this national treasure lie nine rooms providing unique surroundings for corporate events and hospitality.

Situated in the heart of the City of London, the world’s leading international financial and business centre, this striking Grade I-listed landmark offers a stunning setting for banquets, conferences, dinners and receptions. With clients that include leading international organisations, charities and professional and academic bodies, Guildhall offers an extraordinary portfolio of historic spaces, fully equipped with excellent facilities for modern business requirements. All of Guildhall’s spaces are available for daytime or evening hire whether for a meeting of 10 or a glittering reception for 900, from the stunning setting of Guildhall’s largest and most impressive room, the Great Hall, to the largest surviving medieval crypts in London, hosting your at Guildhall guarantees your guests will have a unique experience.

The stained glass surroundings of the Old Library and the traditional stone Livery Hall are favourites for dinners and awards ceremonies, whilst the Art Gallery houses a magnificent display of Victorian art and is a popular space for drinks receptions. If it’s not a grand gala you’re planning, Guildhall’s Chief Commoner’s Parlour and Basinghall Suite spaces can accommodate anything from 10 to 80 guests and provide the perfect backdrop for a small conference, meeting or presentation. Or why not try something a bit different, with canapes in the London-themed Undercroft Gallery, followed by dinner in our atmospheric Roman Amphitheatre?

The Museum of London tells the story of the capital from its first settlers to modern times. – With access to both an inside and outdoor space, you can enjoy the perfect event, whatever the weather!

Opened in 1976, the Museum of London’s collections have been assembled over hundreds of years, from the two predecessor institutions (Guildhall Museum and London Musuem) that merged to form the modern museum to the ongoing work of collecting.

The Terrace Gallery is a popular venue for daytime meetings and evening receptions. A private garden area provides a tranquil and peaceful setting for conference breakouts or standalone receptions.

The Garden Room is situated adjacent to the Terrace Gallery. The two rooms can be combined with the garden area to create a reception space for up to 250 guests, or it can be used a venue in its own right for smaller dinners of up to 60 guests.

The Terrace Boardroom is an exclusive room, which features a stylish archaeological display. The space is perfect for smaller meetings requiring privacy or intimate dining experiences.

The stylish Entrance Hall is a contemporary, light filled space with a central bar making it perfect for drinks receptions. After the reception, guests can move through to the London Ellipse Hall to continue the event. Alternatively, the Entrance Hall can be used as the main event space.

A unique event space in the heart of the museum, which features a show-stopping digital ellipse and plasma screen suspended from the ceiling. Clients can choose from endless possibilities of showstates for the 48-metre long circular LED ellipse, from a twinkling chandelier to your own bespoke display. It’s the perfect addition to award ceremonies and celebrations.

The Weston Theatre is a purpose-built lecture theatre providing a high-spec venue for presentations, conferences, lectures, and screenings. It features a PA, data projector, screen, and lectern. You’ll also have an in-house technician on hand throughout the duration of your event. The Theatre also offers full blackout facilities, AC, Wi-Fi, and wheelchair access.

The award-winning galleries at the Museum of London tell the amazing story of the world’s most exciting city and its people. Clients can get ‘closer to London’ whilst enjoying a reception, dinner, or awards ceremony within the galleries themselves. Enchant your guests with the starlit ambience of the 18th century Pleasure Gardens or let them dine next to the original Art Deco lift from Selfridge’s in the People’s City Gallery. It’s the ultimate ‘night at the museum’ experience!

The Activity Spaces in the Clore Centre can be used as one large conference space for 200 delegates or split into three for smaller meetings. It is also popular as an exhibition or catering space for clients using the Weston Theatre.

Located in the Clore Learning Centre, the Seminar Room and Studio can easily be adapted for both formal meetings and more informal networking or breakout sessions. The spaces can be used on their own or combined for a larger event.

Receive a warm welcome into the home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Wonder at this masterpiece of 18th Century Baroque architecture, which houses some of the finest antique collections in Europe. Guests may take a tour of the State Rooms and admire the portraits, tapestries and exquisite furniture while learning about the 300-year history of this National Treasure.

This World Heritage Site is set within over 2000 acres of ‘Capability Brown’ landscaped parkland. Take a stroll up to the Grand Cascades or around the Lake to admire some of the finest views in England – looking out for the historical monuments and formal gardens. Notably, the Walled Garden can be reached by miniature train and offers a giant hedge maze, butterfly house and adventure playground.

Blenheim Palace is not only an iconic part of history, but also a living, changing experience with a wealth of sporting and cultural events, themed exhibitions, and tours throughout the year. This impressive venue boasts six-party venue options for up to 500 guests, while the Parkland can accommodate marquees for up to 2000 guests.

The Museum of London Docklands is located in West India Quay in east London. Opened in 2003, this grade one listed converted Georgian sugar warehouse tells the story of the port, river, and city – focussing on trade, migration and commerce in London.

Step through the museum’s doors into the Muscovado Hall, which features original exposed brickwork and pine pillars to create a beautiful setting for events. The Muscovado Hall includes access to a private terrace area on the quayside so guests can take in the spectacular views of the Canary Wharf skyline and the tranquillity of West India Quay.

The Quayside Room’s bare brick walls and direct views of West India Quay imbue the space with distinct character and atmosphere. With flexibility in layout, it is a popular venue for dinners and receptions. Located on the third floor, it leads directly in to the museum’s galleries. The room has its own PA system, data projector and screen, so is ideal for presentations.

Perfect for a whole variety of different events, from dinners to parties, the Wilberforce Room has all of the unique charm of a 19th century warehouse, whilst being brought right up to date with a state of the art audio -visual system.

The Rum Store is located by the waterside and offers a private entrance and exclusive access to the outside terrace area. The original historical features of this room, alongside access to a stunning private terrace, makes this an ideal space for all types of events.

The exclusive Boardroom is situated on the first floor of the museum with views out to the towering Canary Wharf skyline. This room is ideal for smaller dinners for up to 20 people. Its peaceful location makes it a charming choice for more intimate events.

The new Riverside Room, which is located on the right-side of the Muscovado Hall as you enter the museum, benefits from its own entrance and private terrace. Guests can enjoy views of the Canary Wharf skyline, as well as the stunning atmosphere of the docks. With exposed brick walls and original wooden columns and floors, the Riverside Room provides a unique backdrop for receptions, dinners, product launches and more.

The Museum of London Docklands galleries explore the story of London’s docks through history and are the perfect location for unique and memorable events.

Sailortown is a full-size reconstruction of a Victorian street based around the notorious ramshackle London districts of Ratcliff, Wapping, and Shadwell in the 1840s and makes for an immersive experience like no other!

Guests can experience a taste of life in Victorian London by exploring a collection of re-created shops, workrooms, and other premises.

Gibson Hall is a magnificent converted banking hall and Grade I listed building in the heart of the City of London. The building has been part of London life for over 150 years and is situated on Bishopsgate at the thoroughfare’s junction with Threadneedle Street and in the footsteps of Tower 42.

Complete with its very own secluded garden, this award-winning events space is ideal for conferences, meetings, press conferences, gala dinners, summer parties, weddings, al fresco barbecues, product launches and Christmas parties. Opened in 1865, Gibson Hall’s name derives from its architect, John Gibson, whose work was much celebrated in the Victorian era, and who had once served as assistant to Sir Charles Barry, who built the Houses of Parliament.

In the heart of the City on the North bank of the River Thames, stands a striking historic building that is a remarkable part of London’s heritage. Old Billingsgate encompasses three versatile spaces and a beautiful terrace with unrivalled views of Tower Bridge, City Hall, The Shard and London Bridge.

This Victorian Grade II listed building was once a world famous fish market, running up until 1982. The Grand Hall, which now holds varying events from exhibitions to awards dinners, was the market floor, and the basement of Old Billingsgate, now The Vault, was covered in 50 years of ice used to store the fishermen’s catch. Given an industrial twist by architect Lord Richard Rogers, the building has undergone an amazing transformation, from the 19th century’s largest fish market to London’s premier event space.

The Grand Hall is Old Billingsgate’s largest space, boasting a stunning triple-height ceiling and a feature mezzanine. The ornate sky-lit ceiling together with The Grand Hall’s magnificent proportions guarantee an inspiring first impression that guests will not forget.

The Terrace makes for an unforgettable entrance with fantastic views. It provides an ideal setting for summer drinks receptions and is the perfect backdrop for photo and filming opportunities.

Armourers’ Hall is the home of The Armourers’ Company which was founded in 1322 and has occupied the same site in the City of London since 1346. The Company is now one of the leading charities in the UK supporting metallurgy and materials science education from primary school to postgraduate levels.

There are four rooms available at Armourers’ Hall, which make a superb and unique location for any occasion. The Livery Hall has a rich display of 16th and 17th century arms and armour. The three George II brass chandeliers have been in constant use since they were made in the mid-1700s and, together with the Men-at-Arms candelabra, provide a unique candle-lit setting for banquets.

The Drawing Room, also known as The ‘Gold’ Room is dominated by many magnificent paintings and on the floor is a superb copy of the famous Ardebil Persian carpet at the Victoria & Albert Museum. The Court Room is an elegant and beautifully proportioned room with a fine Regency dining table, late 18th century mahogany chairs and Dutch and Elizabethan paintings together with the impressive Grant of Arms from 1556.

The Library is a quiet oasis at the heart of Armourers’ Hall with an attractive George II mahogany bookcase and a set of fascinating Dutch and Scottish paintings.

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.
Trinity House is the working home of the General Lighthouse Authority and the Corporation of Trinity House, a registered charity dedicated to providing education, support and welfare to the seafaring community. It is located a short walk from the Tower Hill underground station and stands behind a distinctive cobbled railed pavement (which has ‘starred’ in several films and TV productions). Providing direct views of the Tower of London, the Georgian exterior overlooks Trinity Square Gardens and has the Four Seasons 10 Trinity Square Hotel as a neighbour. Aldgate and Monument stations are within easy walking distance and major rail links are a short taxi ride (with the London City Airport is approximately five miles away/a 20-minute drive).

Behind the building’s imposing neo-classical façade, designed by Samuel Wyatt in 1794, are five graceful banqueting and conference rooms. The oval-shaped Library is the venue’s most spacious room seating up to 130 (180 standing) and features a minstrels’ gallery and beautiful 16th and 17th stained glass windows. The room houses a fascinating collection of antique silver and its elegant proportions and dramatic view of the Tower of London make it a uniquely English setting for important occasions. Accommodating up to 130 standing and 60 seated, the south-facing Court room has the character of a salon in a great country house, dominated by a spectacular allegorical blue trompe l’oeil ceiling. Three smaller chambers (the Luncheon, Reading and Pepys rooms) are located off these two main areas and provide excellent break-out rooms. Featuring a particularly elegant Reception Hall leading to an unusual twin-curved staircase, Trinity House showcases many remarkable maritime artefacts – including the brass bell from the Royal Yacht Britannia – that bear testament to the prominent role it has played in the nation’s maritime history.

In its 200-year history the building has welcomed royalty, prime ministers and Lords of the Admiralty and is today managed by Deputy Master Captain Ian McNaught. Reflecting the ongoing patronage of the Crown, the Master of the Corporation is HRH The Princess Royal, filling a role held in former centuries by, among others, the diarist Samuel Pepys, the Duke of Wellington, William Pitt and, more recently, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

With a variety of charming spaces, Wilton’s Music Hall was voted ‘Best Historic Wedding Venue’ at the UK Wedding Awards. Wiltons life began as five houses – 1-4 Graces Alley and 19 Wellclose Square – all originally built in the 1690s. Whether it’s the whole building, the auditorium or one of the beautiful front of house spaces, Wiltons has the perfect venue for any occasion.