Museum of London
A Cultural Treasure-Trove
Relaunched in May 2010, the Museum of London offers several spaces for fine dining and drinks receptions - the Sackler Hall, City Gallery and Victorian Pleasure Gardens.
The Sackler Hall is the Museum's single largest entertaining venue combining a contemporary space with technology suitable for dinners, drinks receptions, award ceremonies, product launches, screenings, presentations and dancing. The Hall is home to a 48 metre LED ellipse suspended from the ceiling - complete with a bank of 9 plasmas, it can be programmed to display logos, presentations, film or bespoke creative commissions.
We've captured the set up of a corporate dinner within the Sackler Hall in a time lapse. View video.
Coupled with this, the unique Victorian Pleasure Gardens, emulating the entertainment of that era and the City Gallery, home to the iconic Lord Mayors State Coach, provide the ideal setting for smaller events or the perfect addition to an event in the Sackler Hall.
The Terrace Rooms offer excellent garden views and include use of a charming secluded garden for summer receptions.
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