Spaces for every occasion
Our flagship space, Sir James Thornhill’s baroque masterpiece, Britain’s ‘Sistine Chapel’ the Painted Hall is considered the ‘finest dining hall in Europe’. It makes a prestigious and elegant venue for weddings, gala dinners, awards ceremonies and drinks receptions.
Our neoclassical Chapel provides an exceptional setting for weddings, concerts and awards ceremonies.
A pair of arresting vaulted undercrofts, are available day and night, for hire alone or in conjunction with the Painted Hall or Chapel. Commissioned by Charles II as his new royal palace in 1660, The Admiral’s House is our oldest building available to be hired in its entirety, by floor, or by room.
The awe inspiring Painted Hall is available for evening hire and particularly suited to large gala dinners, awards dinners and drinks receptions.
Treat your guests to genuine wow factor when they are called to dinner and are treated to the big reveal of the epic baroque interior.
The Admiral’s House
Commissioned by Charles II as his new royal palace in 1660, The Admiral's House is our oldest building, with views of the Thames and a regal yet intimate atmosphere.
Available for both the serious and the fun side of business, an excellent venue for high profile receptions and dinners or meetings, seminars, and conferences.
Queen Mary Undercroft
Situated within the same building as the Chapel, the Queen Mary Undercroft can be hired exclusively for both evening and daytime events, making it ideal for all manner of professional or corporate events and gatherings.
Hire the Queen Mary Undercroft and your guests can even try their hand at bowling in our genuine Victorian Skittle Alley!
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.Find out about our outdoor spaces
Let your music soar in one of London's most atmospheric concert venues. With its breathtaking neoclassical interior and outstanding acoustics, the Chapel has hosted concerts and events for centuries.
Seating 340 in the main nave and 100 in the galleries, the Chapel lends itself to a whole range of events.