Looking to hire a corporate event venue in London? Conveniently located near the ExCel centre and Canary Wharf and offering some of the finest private dining venues in Greenwich, Royal Museums Greenwich is fortunate to have stunning and unique dining spaces, where guests can marvel at historic monuments whilst experiencing incredible hospitality.
With the ability to dine under the hull of Cutty Sark or sip champagne on the Historic Prime Meridian, Royal Museums Greenwich is a truly awe-inspiring place to dine, celebrate and entertain - from corporate lunches of 10 up to gala dinners and large receptions of 1000. Our dedicated in-house events team work closely with an outstanding selection of catering, entertainment and production companies to offer a truly bespoke service.
Spaces and capacities
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Neptune Court with its dramatic glass roof and up to 1000 capacity event space makes it the perfect venue for gala dinners and award ceremonies. It allows for extensive staging, lighting and audio production with bespoke branding opportunites that provide a spectacular back drop for all events.
As part of the experience guests can visit one of our many inspiring galleries and browse the fascinating objects on display. Weather permitting guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks on the colonnades or fireworks as a memorable finale to your evening.
Entertaining on Cutty Sark is a truly unique and exclusive experience. The ship’s gleaming copper-clad hull is suspended dramatically above the Dock; an awe-inspiring event space ideal for dinners and receptions, with a capacity of 450 standing or 250 seated. Enjoy sunset reception drinks on the Main Deck under Cutty Sark’s magnificent masts with breath-taking views across London, or treat your guests to a private dinner for 10 in the Mahoney-panelled Master’s Saloon.
The whole evening was an outstanding success and the clients were delighted. They have received many compliments from the guests, which is the true mark of success - it also generated a lot of tweets. As the guests walked from the pier and realised they were going onto Cutty Sark there was a real Wow! reaction and the cameras and phones all came out. The atmosphere was great and importantly, provided exactly the relaxed networking time that the client wanted
Steve, Fusion Communications
Exclusive corporate dining at the Queen's House
In The Queen’s House, The Great Hall is an ideal setting for corporate dining for up to 120 guests. A perfect 40-foot cube, boasting an original black and white marble floor and a large vaulted ceiling decorated with gold leaf, the hall offers fine views of the River Thames and the Old Royal Naval College. To finish in style, guests can end the evening watching fireworks from the terrace.
Hilltop dining at the Royal Observatory
From its hilltop setting in Greenwich Park, the Royal Observatory commands breath-taking views of Canary Wharf and the City of London. Flamsteed House is the original Observatory building, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675 to house the Astronomers Royal. At its heart is the magnificent Octagon Room which seats 60 for fine dining and 120 across all levels of the house.
Events can be enhanced by private tours, telescope viewings as well as planetarium shows.
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