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We found 36 venues in Livery halls and venues in the City of London that are institution HQs, Inns of Court or historic landmarks.
The Worshipful Company of Butchers is one of the seven oldest City of London livery companies. Its headquarters, Butchers’ Hall, are centrally… more »
Founders’ Hall is a striking venue, centrally located on one of the oldest streets in London yet hidden away from the bustle of the City… more »
This is the fourth headquarters of the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers since the first was completed in 1461. This one opened in Smithfield… more »
Tucked away in a six-acre garden just beyond Moorgate, the Honourable Artillery Company is one of London’s hidden gems. On the north side… more »
The launch of the Prince Consort Rooms in 2007 added a contemporary facet to the Honourable Artillery Company’s venue collection, which… more »
Home to The Worshipful Company of Coopers and its centuries-old history of wooden barrel-making, Coopers’ Hall is a charming pre-Georgian… more »
Built in 1865, this Grade I-listed Victorian masterpiece was one of the greatest of the City’s banking halls. Its elegant interior has now… more »
One Moorgate Place offers a series of stunning rooms that runs from the contemporary to the classical. Combining form and function, the Great… more »
One of the oldest London livery companies, Saddlers’ Hall is just a short distance from St Paul’s Cathedral. Built in the classical style… more »
Tucked away in Aldermanbury Square, just behind London Wall, the present Brewers’ Hall is the third to be built on the original 17th-century… more »
Tucked away in a garden square off London Wall, Barber-Surgeons’ Hall occupies one of the City’s loveliest locations. Although modern… more »
Though it was built in the 1920s, the rich wood panelling and casement windows of the Ironmongers’ Hall interiors have all the historic… more »
Originally named for an 18th-century coffee house that occupied the site, the Baltic Exchange has once more become a venue for folk to meet… more »
2014 is set to be a big year for this Tower Hill venue, with the resident Corporation of Trinity House (a charity working for the safety,… more »
Clothworkers’ Hall is a traditionally styled livery hall with a number of large and versatile function rooms for awards dinners, conferences… more »
It might only be a square mile but the City of London is packed full of livery halls that can be hired for your event. Whether you are looking for wedding reception venues in London, conference centres or exhibition spaces, these grand old venues will provide an impressive backdrop to your event.
Most of the buildings listed above are livery halls and were therefore built specifically to host events and accommodate large numbers of people. In short they are some of the most practical venues in London and well suited to any event you are planning on throwing.
Some of the halls in this directory are capable of accommodating well over 1,000 sit-down guests, which is why they are popular conference and exhibition venues for big businesses. Location wise they are some of the most central venues in London too, so they should be fairly easy for your guests to find.
Although many companies use these cavernous halls for big business meetings, these historical halls are also popular for social gatherings. With enough notice they can be turned into amazing party venues, which is why couples looking for wedding reception venues in London often end up hiring a livery hall.