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Situated in tranquil Dean’s Yard overlooking Westminster Abbey, the Grade II–listed Church House offers three floors of spacious rooms… more »
With views across the Thames, 45 Millbank, next door to Tate Britain, offers a Grade II-listed former Officer’s Mess for events. Up to 200… 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 »
The world-famous Royal Albert Hall is well known as a concert venue and hospitality destination but it also boasts a range of opulent function… more »
More than a century since it opened, the Science Museum is still drawing the crowds. Corporate hire facilities are more diverse than ever… more »
If you’re impressed by the Natural History Museum’s cathedral-like facade, the interiors will knock your socks off. The imposing Central… more »
Event organisers have been salivating over the potential of Battersea Power Station for years. Acres of space around an iconic landmark in… 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 »
Just around the corner from Oxford Circus, The King’s Fund (aka No.11 Cavendish Square) occupies an elegant Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse… more »
Set in a Grade I-listed Georgian townhouse around the corner from Cavendish Square, Chandos House is the second of the Royal Society of Medicine’s… more »
Set in tranquil Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace first became a royal residence in 1689 for William and Mary – the couple commissioned… more »
Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the Grade II-listed BMA House is built in the grounds of Charles Dickens’ home and has served as the base… more »
Tucked away in a secluded Bloomsbury square, the Foundling Museum mixes 18th-century interiors with airy, contemporary galleries across four… more »
With a colourful history going back more than 600 years, The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn is a distinguished event venue with a convenient… more »
The neo-Georgian home of the Law Society sits behind one of the City’s most imposing facades but, inside, its 113 Restaurant & Bar (formerly… more »