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HM Tower of London

The Tower of London is one of the world's most iconic fortresses. The magnificent palace has been host to 1,000 years of historic dramas, countless conspiracies, sieges, royal ceremonies, ravens and is the home of the Crown Jewels! Today, a variety of its unique spaces can be utilised for private parties, corporate conferences, meetings, dinners and receptions. Dine in one of the towers on the battlements, party in the Jewel house alongside some of the most valuable jewelry in the UK, or celebrate in the White Tower, the longest running tourist attraction in the world.

Spaces at HM Tower of London

  • 1 - 300m2 (15 - 3229ft2)
  • 12 - 2000 people
  • Ddisabled access

Jewel House

The Jewel House is home to the world's most valuable array of crowns, coronation regalia and jewels, many of which are still in use by the Queen. A private viewing is the perfect start to a memorable birthday party or corporate event at the Tower, from where guests can go on to dine in one of the other fantastic spaces. In addition, exclusive private tours with our knowledgeable Warding team are available both before and after public opening hours. There is a list of caters available that are acceptable to supply for events in the Jewel House.

  • 150m2 (1615ft2)
  • 80 - 150 people
  • D disabled access

Medieval Palace: St Thomas' Tower

St Thomas' Tower, built over 700 years ago, was once part of the residential area of the Tower. The incredible medieval hall with original architecture and Edward I's bedroom which has been fully restored according to 13th century documents. Guests can enjoy an unusual sit down dinner in the bedroom, the grand four poster bed still resides in the room. There can be up to 20 people or utilise the hall for a summer birthday party, meeting, buffet, or corporate celebration for up to 40 guests. St Thomas' Tower also boasts splendid views of London city skyline.

  • 4m2 (40ft2)
  • 20 people

St Thomas' is a medieval palace, built over 700 years ago. The Tower includes an incredible medieval hall with original architecture and Edward I's bedroom which has been fully restored according to 13th century documents. Guests can enjoy an unusual sit down dinner in the bedroom, the grand four poster bed still resides in the room. There can be up to 20 people or utilise the hall for a summer birthday party, meeting, buffet, or corporate celebration for up to 40 guests. St Thomas' Tower also boasts splendid views of the city skyline.

  • 4m2 (40ft2)
  • 20 people

White Tower

The iconic White Tower stands at the centre of this historic fortress which is the most recognisable structure on the site. Upon arrival, guests walk through the Line of Kings, which is the world's longest running visitor attraction. The exhibition features royal armour which has astonished for over 300 years. The King's Great Hall on the first floor is a truly special and historical space for dinners and receptions. It has a capacity for up to 90 guests for dinner and up to 250 for a standing reception split across both chambers.

  • 250m2 (2691ft2)
  • 80 - 250 people

Medieval Palace: Wakefield Tower

The Wakefield Tower is a majestic venue available for a variety of corporate and private events. Originally built as part of King Henry III's lodgings, this space was probably used by the King as an audience chamber. It retains many of its stunning original features including vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows and a modern replica canopied throne. Impressive panoramic views of London and the White Tower are available from South Wall Walks where guests can enjoy a drinks reception on a fine summer evening. This space is excellent for parties of up to 40 to dine or 80 for a reception.

  • 80m2 (861ft2)
  • 40 - 80 people

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

The Fusiliers were founded by George Legge in 1685 to protect the Tower's royal guns. This prestigious space is available to hire for a formal private dinner, lunch or reception for up to 80 guests. In addition to oil paintings of decorated field marshals, the room boasts many historical artifacts such as regimental colours embroidered by Queen Charlotte's daughters, as well as glorious views of the White Tower and the Waterloo Barracks. This venue, one of few available in the daytime, is also a fantastic space for lectures for up to 50 guests.

  • 9m2 (100ft2)
  • 50 - 80 people

The Fusiliers were founded by George Legge in 1685 to protect the Tower's royal guns. Hire this prestigious venue for lunch, dinner or a reception. The space can accommodate up to 80 guests. In addition to oil paintings of decorated field marshals, the room boasts many historical artifacts such as regimental colours embroidered by Queen Charlotte's daughters, as well as glorious views of the White Tower and the Waterloo Barracks. This venue, one of few available in the daytime, is also a fantastic space for lectures for up to 50 guests.

  • 9m2 (100ft2)
  • 50 - 80 people

New Armouries: Banqueting Suite

The versatile space can comfortably accommodate up to 300 guests for a reception and up to 240 for dinner/lunch. It is an excellent venue for award ceremonies and charity auctions and for celebrations and parties. The original wooden ceiling joists and pillars are still in effect in this space. With magnificent views of the Queens House and the White Tower and an abundance of natural lighting, the Banqueting Suite is a suitable venue for a broad range of events such as conferences and meetings. This venue can host 240 in dining party and 300 in a standing reception.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 150 - 300 people

The Banqueting Suite in the Tower of London is a fantastic space for large scale conferences. meetings and away days for up to 300 guests. Members of the conference will be seated under the rugged, original ceiling joists and pillars. The room decor accommodates a variety of room arrangements, styles and designs to provide the perfect venue for any event. With magnificent views of the Queens House and the White Tower, and an abundance of natural lighting, The Banqueting Suite is a suitable venue for a broad range of events such as receptions, conferences, private dining, and meetings.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 150 - 300 people

Follow in the footsteps of royalty and dine at the Tower of London. Dinners and receptions can be held in the versatile Banqueting Suite which offers easy access to the Tower’s inspiring and ancient surroundings. In the space itself, the original wooden ceiling joists and pillars are still in use. With magnificent views of the Queens House and the White Tower and an abundance of of natural lighting, the Banqueting suite is a suitable venue for a broad range of events. With room to accommodate up to 240 guests for dinner or 150 for lunch you will certainly have ample space for all your guests.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 150 - 300 people

New Armouries: Meeting Suite

The stately brick building was built in 1663-4 by the British government to design, test and produce armaments and munitions. Today it is one of the brightest, most modern spaces in the Tower, featuring audio visual equipment and technology to ensure your conference, board meeting or corporate away day is a memorable success. Additionally, the room is very versatile and can be partitioned to create a range of areas. The space is suitable for delegate groups of up to 100 in theatre style seating or 50 in cabaret. There is disable access by using a lift.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 50 - 100 people

Martin Tower

This cosy space was once the storehouse for the Crown Jewels, and the location of 'Colonel' Thomas Blood's nearly successful attempt to steal them. The Martin Tower now provides a perfect setting where up to 12 guests can dine beside 12, 314 diamonds. Enjoy the beautiful stones as you eat delicious food from a list of accepted caters that you are allowed to pick from. Guests can also enjoy fantastic view of the London skyline and the rest of the ancient fortress from the East Wall Walk.

  • 1m2 (15ft2)
  • 12 people

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