Temporary Closure

We are actively working on plans to safely and securely allow access through our grounds, to open by Monday 8 June.

The safety of the people and buildings in our grounds is our top priority. We ask the community to work with us to encourage everyone to be respectful of the safety measures we will have in place, so that we are able to continue working towards a full opening of our site. Find Out More

Corporate & private events

Hire a wow factor venue for your private event

Just minutes from central London, the Old Royal Naval College is the jewel of Greenwich – and the ultimate setting for all kinds of events. Whether you seek grandeur or intimacy, you will find both at Sir Christopher Wren’s iconic masterpiece.

Set on the banks of the River Thames, Old Royal Naval College has more than its fair share of wow factor. With an imposing facade and equally impressive interior, there’s no finer private event venue in London.

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Our spaces

With a variety of unique, characterful spaces to choose from, you’ll find the perfect place to entertain. From small gatherings to award ceremonies, weddings to outdoor drinks receptions, we can accommodate the lot.

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Catering and trusted suppliers

The Old Royal Naval College is ideal for private dining events of all sizes including large gala dinners  in unforgettable surroundings.

With a bespoke menu, your guests can enjoy anything from canapés to bowl food or a three-course dinner. So, whatever you’re planning (be it large or small) the experienced event and catering team can help you bring it to life.

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Arrive in style

Arriving by boat is an excellent way to start your event, setting the tone for an occasion to impress. With the pier leading right onto the site, your event will strike the perfect note from the very beginning, as you alight to take in the stunning view. You may like to welcome your guests at the King William Colonnade for a pre-dinner drinks reception surrounded by stunning views and arresting architecture.