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A striking and characterful venue, the London Transport Museum is in a prime location on famous Covent Garden Piazza. Its galleries make an impressive backdrop for evening receptions and dinners, mixing old and new interiors with displays of iconic transport posters and original artwork. The purpose-built Cubic Theatre is well suited to conferences and presentations, with state-of-the-art AV and a breakout area for registration and catering.
Situated at the front of the Museum above our award-winning gift shop, the Upper Deck café bar has fantastic views over Covent Garden piazza. Flooded with natural daylight the Upper Deck features seating upholstered in a unique ‘moquette’ fabric design based on the pattern used on the Northern line in the 1930’s. The Upper Deck is the perfect addition to a Cubic Theatre booking or screening. Ideal for informal gatherings, small cocktail receptions and networking events.
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The Cubic theatre is perfect for a seminar, presentation or a film screening. It seats 121pax, eleven rows of eleven which are conveniently tiered with specially designed moquette seating. It also has a breakout foyer where you can carry out your registration, cloakroom service and have refreshment breaks, buffet lunches or networking with drinks and canapés etc. All theatre AV such as a projector, large projection screen, speakers, lectern, stage area, microphones and Wifi is included. The only additional costs are the Cubic Foyer LCD screens at only £150 (great for branding) and of course catering. All delegates receive complimentary access to the Museum galleries during the day of their event.
London Transport Museum occupies the original Victorian flower market and the Museum Galleries span two floors. Perfectly combining heritage with modernity, the Galleries provide a truly unique location for memorable events against a background of London icons. The versatile space transports guests through the ages and offers the opportunity to explore world recognisable red Routemaster, early tube carriages and original Metropolitan trains.