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Museum of the Order of St John

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Venue price From £500 per hour
Venue capacity 8 - 300 people

Spaces at Museum of the Order of St John


Elegant, spacious and with an excellent acoustic, The Chapter Hall makes an ideal space for large meetings, conferences and corporate away days, and is adjoined by two breakout rooms and a reception space.


Situated in the heart of St John's Gate, the Council Chamber has been used for entertaining for over 500 years, hosting the likes of Shakespeare, Hogarth, Samuel Johnson and Charles Dickens. It remains a beautiful dining room, adjoined by two reception spaces and surrounded by a wealth of historical detail.


Adjoining the Chapter Hall and Council Chamber, the Old Chancery is one of the oldest rooms in St John's Gate, and makes a useful space for serving refreshments or signing in guests.


Light and airy, and filled with artefacts and paintings, the Museum Galleries make an excellent space for documentary filming.


Simultaneously sheltered and spacious, and surrounded by buildings built over a period of 900 years, the Cloister Garden offers endless opportunities for photo shoots and filming.


Light, airy and vast, Th Priory Church offers space for up to 250 delegates theatre style or 200 cabaret, and with an excellent acoustic and adjoined by an attractive Cloister Garden, the perfect space for larger conferences and meetings.

About Museum of the Order of St John


The Museum of the Order of St John is a hidden jewel in the City of London, where evocative rooms dating from the twelfth and sixteenth centuries combine with sleek modern spaces to produce an extraordinarily special venue.

Set in the historic building's surrounding the Tudor St John's Gate, the museum's spaces provide a fantastic backdrop for any event designed to impress, from weddings to formal dinners to office christmas parties.