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National Maritime Museum

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Venue price From £92 per person
Venue capacity 12 - 1000 people

Spaces at National Maritime Museum


The main event space within the National Maritime Museum is the 'Great Map' spanned by a glass roof and ideal for corporate receptions, award ceremonies and networking, whether a formal seated meal or a relax standing bowl food event this space can accommodate 500 seated or 1000 standing. As part of the experience guest can take the opportunity to add on visits to the inspiring galleries which adds that museum experience to the visit.


Located in the heart of the National Maritime Museum, the Lecture Theatre is a purpose built space ideal for daytime and evening meetings and presentations. It is fully equipped with an extensive range of AV facilities, including VGA computer data display, video laser disc and a speech reinforcement system. The Lecture theatre is self- contained and accessible through the main museum galleries. Catering facilities are nearby in the "West Street". The Propeller Space is located just outside the theatre and can be sectioned off for light refreshments.


The Astronomy Photography Gallery designed to celebrate the very best in astrophotography from around the world. The space provides a fun and atmospheric setting for anyone looking for an event space out of the ordinary. Accommodating 100 guests standing reception for a private event or a great add on or VIP area for a larger event at the National Maritime Museum.


Situated in the heart of the National Maritime Museum we have four classic meeting rooms available for hire each holding an average of 14 boardroom, classroom or 30 theatre style.

About National Maritime Museum


Located in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum's is the largest space available for a wide range of corporate events.

The event space The Great Map is a light, modern space suitable for gala dinners, awards ceremonies and large receptions. Guests can enjoy pre dinner drinks in a separate area surrounded by maritime exhibits or under the outside colonnades on a warm evening.

A recently installed lighting and audio rig cuts down production time and boost the flexibility of the space.