Armourers’ Hall comprises 3 spaces, all of which are full of historic art and artifacts. Including three George II brass chandeliers and a superb copy of the famous Ardebil Persian carpet at the V&A Museum, made for Shah Tahmasp for the mosque in Ardebil.
The Dining Hall is ideal for presentations and dinners, the Drawing Room is a superb breakout or reception space, and the Court Room is perfect for board meetings.
Seated Dinner (50)
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Armourers’ Hall is one of London’s most historic venues, with a history dating back to 1346 when the Worshipful Company of Armourers first took up residence at the site.
The company's present charter was granted in 1708 by Queen Anne, the venue is now used both by the livery itself and for private events.