Telling the story of London’s river and port, the Museum of London Docklands spreads over five floors of a splendid Grade I-listed Georgian warehouse. Its pine columns and floors sit alongside contemporary fittings, producing a spacious and atmospheric feel. Facilities include a boardroom, along with three other spaces that work well for daytime events. By night, guests can also enjoy receptions and dinners in one or more of the museum’s 11 galleries.
Located on the first floor with views out to the towering Canary Wharf skyline, this room is ideal for meetings for up to 16 people.
Its peaceful location and abundant natural daylight makes it a charming choice for more intimate events.
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Available from 7am – 9.30am, the Muscovado Hall makes a show-stopping venue for your breakfast event.
With exposed brick walls and original pitch pine columns, the Muscovado Hall is a striking space, accommodating up to 200 seated guests, or 400 for receptions.
The abundance of natural daylight and the stunning views from the Quayside Room provide an impactful space for meetings and workshops.
The flexible space allows for a variety of different set ups, accommodating up to 70 seated guests.
The Sugar Store is an ideal choice for exhibitions and away days, accommodating a cabaret set up for 100 delegates.
Easily accessible on the ground floor, it also makes an excellent breakout space when combined with rooms on the upper floors.
The newly-refurbished flexible Wilberforce Room has capacity for up to seated 273 guests, and with state of the art audio-visual facilities and a blackout option it is perfect for conferences and presentations.
The Wilberforce and Quayside Rooms make the perfect package, allowing your event to operate solely on a single floor of the building.
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