Spanned by a spectacular glass roof, the heart of the National Maritime Museum is a meeting of classical 19th-century grandeur and innovative modern architecture. Its capacity for large-scale staging, rigging and branding makes it ideal for award shows, gala dinners and product launches. Download our Venue Hire Brochure
Spaces and capacities
|The Great Map||The Square||Leopold Muller Lecture Theatre||Photography Gallery|
Receptions and pre-dinner drinks
On the ground floor, the Square is an optimal space for receptions and pre-dinner drinks while your guests view one of the museum’s many amazing galleries. On warm evenings, receptions can be hosted under the adjacent stone colonnades with sweeping views across Greenwich Park.
Dinners and award ceremonies
The Great Map, situated on the first floor, is a light, open and modern space, which provides a dramatic backdrop to award ceremonies and gala dinners for up to 580 seated guests. The museum also houses a lecture theatre, ideal for daytime meetings and conferences.
Explore our new galleries
Opened in September 2019, our four new galleries are an amazing add-on to your event. With over 1,100 more objects on display, your clients will be able to uncover hidden histories, reimagine familiar stories and reflect on their connection to the sea.
The Photography Gallery, launched in October 2018, currently showcases the most spectacular space photography of its kind, celebrating ten years of awe-inspiring images shot by astrophotographers worldwide. The gallery is available as a VIP area or stand-alone reception space.
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Find out more about our other venues and discover the perfect venue.
- Dinners and Receptions
- Product Launches and Award Ceremonies
- Outdoor Events and Summer Parties
- Meeting Rooms and Daytime Hire
You can also host your wedding in one of our amazing historic venues. Find out more.
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