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St. Paul's Cathedral

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Venue price From £500
Venue capacity 24 - 350 people

Spaces at St. Paul's Cathedral

Eight Pillars encircle the tomb of Admiral Lord Nelson, which stands proudly as the focal point of the Chamber. With he mosaic floor and vaulted ceiling the Nelson Chamber is an elegant space in which to hold a drinks reception.

The Crypt of St. Paul's is the largest in Europe and is a beautiful and exclusive space for events. The inspiring surroundings are the final resting place of some of the nations greatest heroes, poets and scientists. To start their event, guests can be treated to a private tour of the Cathedral, offering a thrilling experience where they can explore areas of the Cathedral not usually open to the public. The crypt offers a unique setting for pop ups, product launches and drinks receptions.

The Wren Suite contains some of the oldest stonework and architectural features in the Cathedral which has been transformed into a versatile events space complete with an in-built screen, projector and sound system. The space also boasts a smaller ante room called the Beehive which serves as the ideal place to serve refreshments. The perfect one of a kind conference, seminar or meeting space.

Designed and built by Sir Christopher Wren and his son in 1715, this elegant red brick building located immediately next to the Cathedral houses two intimate rooms. With views overlooking the Cathedral and its iconic dome, the first floor Chapter Rooms offer a unique meeting space fit with 55 inch screen, boardroom set up and 2 breakout spaces. The two conjoining rooms have been newly restored ti their original glory with wood panelled walls, gold chandeliers and portraits of many of the characters who have been part of the Cathedral's long and celebrated history.

About St. Paul's Cathedral

Widely considered as one of the world's most beautiful buildings, St. Paul's Cathedral, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the late 17th Century, has become a powerful symbol of the life of the nation and the cosmopolitan city in which it is located.