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We found 11 venues in Venues in London that have a scientific or medical bent, or are HQs of scientific or medical institutions etc.
Built in the late 17th century, the Royal Society of Chemistry’s head office is a splendid Palladian building spread over two floors in… 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 »
Guests really can take a walk on the wild side with ZSL London Zoo and the 19,000 animals housed there. The new Terrace Restaurant opened… 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 »
Home of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street is a venue for events requiring cutting-edge technology and flexible spaces. A historic… more »
The Royal Institution’s Grade I-listed building in Mayfair is a flexible and stylish venue. Restored Georgian spaces combine with light-filled… more »
This Covent Garden venue is a private members’ club and media facility designed for the creative industries. Located in an 18th-century… more »
Grade II-listed De Morgan House is home to the London Mathematical Society. On Russell Square, close to the mainline stations of Euston and… more »
Few venues in the world can claim a history as long as the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Although it has been at its current Lincoln’s… more »
With over 500 years of history, a rare heritage collection and a prime central London location overlooking Regent’s Park, the Royal College… more »
Home to the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries since 1632, Apothecaries’ Hall in Blackfriars has all the historical features you’d expect… more »
There are some unique venues in London; whether you’re looking for a bizarre or beautiful place to host an event, you’re bound to find it in the English capital. To make searching for such places easier, www.squaremeal.co.uk have grouped London attractions and other events venues into themes – and the theme for the locations listed above is scientific and medical.
Some of the scientific and medical institutions listed above are capable of accommodating well over 1,000 sit-down guests and many of these venues in London have gardens and courtyards or balconies and terraces in which they are able to host al fresco events. Consequently they make great summer party venues. Of course, organisers can’t guarantee the weather, but some of these unique venues are able to erect marquees and temporary structures to make sure the rain doesn’t put a damper on your event.
If you’re looking for London attractions or venues that will add a bit of razzmatazz to your event then the list above should be able to help. Alternatively check out our other themed locations, which include religious venues, military venues, livery halls, cinemas and other tourist attractions.