Quirky Conference venues in London

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As Covent Garden's original flower market, the Galleries at London Transport Museum provide a unique space for any event from breakfasts to award ceremonies to product launches to panel discussions. Guests are immersed in two floors of London's rich transport history including interactive exhibitions, early tube carriages and our ever-popular Elizabeth Line driving experience. Surround by our collection of iconic red buses, the space can host up to 150 guests for seated dinners and 500 for standing receptions. Choose one of our carefully selected caterers to create bespoke menus

indigo at The O2 North Greenwich

A modern and adaptable venue, perfect for large quirky conferences, office parties, private dinners, product launches and much more. Being able to accommodate a capacity ranging from 360 cabaret to 1,597 theatre style, please contact us to see how indigo at The O2 can assist in bringing your corporate event to life.

RSA House West End

Originally designed as river-front warehouses, these fully restored Vaults offer a striking contrast to the splendour of the rooms above - the perfect quirky conference venue. The series of interconnecting spaces offer a choice of secluded settings for intimate gatherings or, used as a whole, provide a spectacular backdrop to parties, product launches and fashion shows for up to 220 guests.

Tanner Warehouse London Bridge

We don't just do 'parties'. Tanner Warehouse is also an exciting, creative space for your conference or 'away day'. You’ll have all the equipment you need to make a powerful presentation. We’ll make sure that your people are kept buzzing from start to finish with our super-tasty and energy-boosting food and drink breaks.


If you're looking for something different from a corporate event then The Bounce Old Street Main Space is what you need. With the versatility to cater to workshops, quirky conferences or business meetings each Bounce has a specifically designed conference area. Boasting a 10ft wide cinema screen and state of the art presentation system.

Troxy Tower Hamlets

Troxy is always hired on an exclusive basis. With just one event per day, and a late license with no noise restrictions, the venue is more versatile than most. The Grand Hall is the centre piece to Troxy, with a flat ground floor and fixed theatre seating in the circle. The Grade II listed Art Deco space has 14m high ceilings and is pillar free, offering an incredibly memorable setting for large meetings, conferences, award shows, Christmas parties, screenings and experiential events. The venue is available for wet or dry hire, providing flexibility for external catering.

Plexal Stratford

Plexal is an events destination and innovation centre for startups, scaleups and enterprises. We host everything from intimate drinks receptions and meetups to quirky conferences, trade shows and launches. Surrounded by academic institutions, creatives and media companies at Here East, we're part of a growing tech cluster forming at Stratford. Designed as a mini-city, Plexal boasts an indoor park, high street, events space, meeting rooms, a 20-seater boardroom, Makers' Yard (dedicated to rehearsals, prototyping and workshops), events stage and bleachers, which are ideal for meetups.


The Main Gallery opens into 12,000 sqft and is the heart of the current exhibition. Exquisitely finished with a diamond concrete floor, the space is both beautiful and dramatic. Within this space the ‘Bond in Motion’ exhibition will transport you into the world of Bond, surrounded by many of 007’s many original artefacts, spanning 50 years of history and creating a very unique London conference venue. The Museum's Main Gallery can be hired on it's own or adjoined with any, or all of the other three available spaces making it suitable for unusual conferences, receptions, dinners alike.

Dirty Martini Monument Monument, Bank and London Bridge

Dirty Martini Monument is perfect for a corporate event, Christmas party or networking event. With delicious cocktails, a sophisticated atmosphere and modern and unusual furnishings and decoration, it would suit events of all kinds.


Gallery featuring our core collection of Futurist paintings, with traditional features of fireplace and stucco. Suitable for receptions, dinners or an unusual space for a meeting. Use of landscaped garden included.


The world’s oldest sporting museum, housing an unrivalled collection of cricketing art and memorabilia, is an entertaining and distinctly unusual venue for a drinks reception. It is often used in conjunction with the Long Room as a location for pre-dinner drinks, and can also form an added attraction for the guests of other events held within the Ground. Filled with over 30,000 exhibits, the Museum is a treasure house that intrigues cricket fans and agnostics alike.


Central London location, range of function and event rooms, receptions up to 70 people, intimate dinners up to 24, historic Grade I listed, unusual venue, glamour, high profile, canapes, dinner menus, private, exclusive use available, onsite catering, whisky tasting, wine tasting

Quirky Conference venues FAQs


What are some great quirky conference venues?

Great options for quirky conference venues include The Museum of London, The London Transport Museum, Plexal and Lumiere London.


What unique venues would be great for a conference and afterparty?

Quirky conference venues which would also be fantastic for a reception afterwards would include Six Storeys on Soho, RSA House, Montague on The Gardens and Drink, Shop & Do.


Will the venue provide a screen and projector for my conference?

This will vary between venues, so it is always important to check whether a screen or projector is included when getting an initial quote.


Which quirky conference venues have great food options?

Our top picks for quirky conference venues with great food options would be Hawker House, Tanner Warehouse and Kings Place.

About Quirky Conference venues


Nobody wants a boring conference venue. You need to get your attendees to the venue, and you need to keep them interested and engaged. The best way to do both of those things is a fresh, exciting, innovative and state-of-the-art venue. These are a selection of London's quirkiest, most unusual and unique conference venues that still pack the professional punch you need.

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