Nestled exclusively above London and set within beautiful Greenwich Royal Park is the historic Flamsteed House at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, home of time. 

Commissioned in 1675 by King Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren to be the home of Royal Astronomy, the venue boasts one of the best views across London and a spectacular backdrop for photography.

Venue details

The Octagon Room

Contained within Flamsteed House is the elegant Octagon Room, the last surviving interior designed by Wren for observing the stars. With soaring windows and 360-degree views of Greenwich Park, the Thames and beyond it provides an iconic London venue for your evening wedding reception.

This charming wood-panelled room is ideal for intimate evening wedding breakfasts for up to 60 guests. After dinner, guests can star gaze with a private telescope viewing.

The Meridian Line and Courtyard

Enjoy the views over drinks in the Courtyard and grab an iconic photo opportunity atop the historic Meridian Line, where eastern and western hemispheres meet. 

Please note that due to the delicate, world-famous Harrison timepieces housed within, there is no dancing allowed. However, Flamsteed House  can be hired in conjunction with the nearby Peter Harrison Planetarium where your guests can dance the night away.

Food, drink, styling and entertainment

Exceptional food, floristry, entertainment and photography make each event unique. We work with an outstanding selection of creative suppliers to help tailor every detail to you. 

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