The Museum Galleries provide a fascinating event space, surrounded by the backdrop of the museum collection. The Galleries can host sit-down dinners for both corporate and private events, or up to 500 people for a cocktail reception. The pricing is for 630-930pm with additional hours at £1000 each and events can go on until 2am.
Room 30 houses the Gallery's most iconic Spanish paintings by artists such as Veláquez and Zurbarán, including the fabled Rokeby Venus. Situated just beyond the Central Hall, Room 30 is a perfect museum venue hire space that can host an elegant reception for up to 300 guests or a dinner for 220 guests.
Choose this gallery for an intimate dining event your guests will not forget. With the capacity for 30 seated on a long table or 24 on rounds, your guests can sit underneath the curved overhead structure which represents airflow around the Handley Page aircraft at its centre.
This magnificent room contains many of the grand paintings given to the Foundling Hospital in the 1740's, including Captain Thomas Coram, 1740, which is considered to be one of Hogarth's finest portraits. The room is ideal for hosting: -Receptions up to 200 people -Seated Conferences Theatre style for up to 120 people -Seated Dinners upto 100 people
A series of connecting rooms that provides a fascinating insight into Restoration society. The layout makes it possible to have dinner for up to 230 guests seated through a series of rooms, or a more intimate dinner for up to 50 in just one room. An ideal location for dinners and receptions. Pricing for a Reception or Dinner starts from £9250+VAT.
A superb museum venue hire space which provides an interesting and very different back drop for a wide variety of events. With £6.5 million of regimental ephemera on display this gallery is both inspirational and moving. Proceeds from your event go directly to support our military heritage.
An elegant panelled room decorated in early Georgian style and hung with paintings from the museum's collection. This event space is ideal for a wide range of events from meetings and talks to private dining and intimate receptions. This room can be used independently or combined with private views of the galleries and gardens. With a drop down screen, projector and blackout blinds, the space can be used for business events and presentations throughout the day and evening.
The home of Sigmund Freud from 1938-39, and Anna Freud from 1938-82. The space includes access to all rooms in the museum and is ideal for talks, conferences, book launches, meetings, cocktail reception and filming. The Garden Marquee is also available. There is wheelchair access downstairs, on the ground floor only.