Greenwich, London SE10 9NF
Built in the 17th Century by Inigo Jones and used by Queen Anne, wife of James I, to host such sumptuous parties that it became known as The House of Delight.
Rooms vary from the south facing Orangery with parkland views up to The Royal Observatory to The Great Hall with its palatial ambiance and stunning black and white marble floor looking out across the river. There is also a romantic crypt available for after-dinner dancing.
Discover the Lawns of Queen's House this summer with our specially designed Summer Party Packages. Find out more about these packages & the limited-availability purpose-built marquee over on our blog.Get a Quote Website Map Pinterest