Sitting in the centre of the grounds at Royal Museums Greenwich, this exquisite former royal palace was built as a 'House of Delight' with such enduring style guests still marvel at its elegant design.
The Great Hall's commanding views over the River Thames, original black and white marble flooring, and iconic Tulip Stairs provide a spectacular setting for events. The Orangery and South Parlours open up onto Greenwich Park and are an ideal setting for small meetings and reception drinks.
After dinner guests can enjoy telescope viewings along the Colonnade or retreat to the Undercroft for dancing and drinks.
- Gala dinners
- Product launches
- Classic and Intimate Weddings
- Christmas parties
- Daytime meetings
Spaces at the Queen's House
The striking beauty of this former Royal residence is epitomised in The Great Hall. The original marble floors, high ceiling with gold leaf installation by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright, and views toward the Thames all underscore the importance of events held here.
The Orangery and South Parlours are the ideal space for intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions. Bathed in southern light and with outstanding views towards the Royal Observatory, this airy space opens up onto our south lawns.
Finish any event with a party in these vaulted chambers underneath the Great Hall. With three connected rooms, the space easily transforms into your ideal night club with areas for drinking, chatting, and dancing the night away.