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We found 82 venues in Grand, historic venues in and around London.
Since 1865, the Grade II-listed Charing Cross Hotel has stood as a monument to the might of the Victorian era. Located minutes away from Covent… more »
Centrally located on King’s Road, Chelsea Old Town Hall’s illustrious past is apparent the moment you walk through the marbled entrance… more »
Few venues in the world can claim a history as long as the Royal College of Surgeons. Although it has been at its current Lincoln’s Inn… more »
Tucked away in a secluded Bloomsbury square, the Foundling Museum mixes 18th-century interiors with airy, contemporary galleries across four… more »
One Great George Street is a four-domed Edwardian building just off Parliament Square that’s as elegant inside as out. With first-class… more »
Situated on the first floor of the North Wing, The Great Hall is St Bartholomew’s Hospital’s main event space. Built in the 1700s, the… more »
Five minutes from the Olympic Stadium is Stratford Old Town Hall. The Victorian building dates back to 1869, but its facilities are straight… more »
Built in 1865 this Grade I-listed Victorian masterpiece was one of the greatest of the City’s banking halls. The elegant interior has been… more »
Home to The Worshipful Company of Painter Stainers, this City livery hall houses a fine collection of royal portraits dating from the late… more »
Adding to its collection of unusual venues, Industri Management has acquired Clerkenwell’s House of Detention, which is available as a dry-hire… more »
Gone are the days when an invitation to the Tower of London was not something to get excited about. Each of the six impressive function rooms… more »
Set in tranquil Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace first became a royal residence in 1689 for William and Mary – the couple commissioned… more »
Commissioned as an entertaining space for court masques by James I in 1622, Banqueting House dazzled London’s high society when it opened… more »
One of the country’s most elaborate royal palaces and home to some of England’s most famous kings and queens – notably Henry VIII –… more »
Described as a tiny ‘doll’s house’ of a royal residence, Kew Palace has been gracefully restored to its state when George III lived… more »