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IWM London - Imperial War Museum

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  • From £600
  • 400 people
  • Lambeth North Tube and Waterloo Mainline
  • 65m² (700ft²)

Spaces in IWM London - Imperial War Museum

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70 Reception

Orpen Boardroom

From From £1,050.00 / Venue Fee

This impressive Georgian Boardroom, hung with paintings by the First World War artist and soldier William Orpen, is fitting for meetings, lectures, launches, receptions, small lunches or breakfasts, and seats up to 50 guests theatre or cabaret style, 24 boardroom and 70 for standing receptions.

30 Reception

Directors' Boardroom

From From £800.00 / Venue Fee

This stunning new meeting room is similar in grandeur to The Boardroom, but offers clients a more intimate space for meetings, receptions, small lunches or breakfast can accommodate up to 25 guests theatre, 20 cabaret style, 14 boardroom and 30 for a standing reception.

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20 Standing

Meeting Room 1

From From £600.00 / Venue Fee

Meeting Room One is light and airy and affords views of the park that surrounds IWM London. It is located along the Directors’ corridor, next to the Boardroom and Directors’ Boardroom. This stylish space is ideal for breakfasts, small meetings of up to eight guests or as a breakout or dedicated dining room.

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400 Reception

Atrium

From From £6,500.00 / Venue Fee

The Atrium is a large blank canvas space that can be set-up theatre style with staging and the hanging aircraft make the perfect backdrop.

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About IWM London - Imperial War Museum

IWM London has been transformed. Designed by Foster + Partners a spectacular new Atrium forms the heart of the museum with a breath-taking hanging gallery. With the remodelled daytime meeting and conference rooms IWM London provides the perfect showcase for events big and small, traditional and low-key or high profile and inspirational. The backdrop of large exhibits on display in the Atrium include a rare Battle of Britain Spitfire; a Harriet jet and a German V2 rocket. The galleries in the entire museum can cater for receptions for over a 1000 guests. Excellent transport links near Waterloo.