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Tucked away in a secluded Bloomsbury square, the Foundling Museum mixes 18th-century interiors with airy, contemporary galleries across four floors of event space. The building, which houses the
country’s first public art collection, features works by Hogarth, Gainsborough and Reynolds and is also home to the largest private collection of George Frederic Handel memorabilia. When booked
exclusively, the venue can accommodate stand-up receptions for 200 guests. Intimate dinners for 40 can be held in the Court Room, while the magnificent Picture Gallery will accommodate up to 100
guests for a meeting or dinner and 200 for a reception.
Click here for the 'Get A Room' feature on the Court Room from Square Meal Venues & Events Magazine.
The Foundling Museum is offering Square Meal readers a 20% discount on venue hire in May and a 30% discount throughout June, July and August. To book, email the venue and quote 'Square
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