Heather T.

The Great Hall

at The Queen's House

London, SE10… show map

Cutty Sark Station is within 550 yards

Cutty Sark Station is within 550 yards

About this room

The striking beauty of this perfect 40-foot-cube-shaped hall, with its original black-and-white geometric marble floor, provides a spectacular location for larger wedding ceremonies and dinners. The high ceiling features a magnificent contemporary work in gold leaf by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright. The tall windows at the front of the Hall reveal spectacular views towards the Thames across the north lawns where the former royal residents would once also have looked out across the gardens to the vanished Palace of Greenwich.

It is a popular location for weddings, but it is also ideal for corporate dinners.

There are wonderful locations for photography at the Great Hall, for example, the Tulip Stairs, Colonnades, Horseshoe Staircase and Loggia.

Capacity: reception 150, dinner 120.


Capacity

Standing

Standing

up to 120

Dining

Dining

up to 120

Theatre

Theatre

up to 120

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 30

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 60

U-Shaped

U-Shaped

up to 30

Classroom

Classroom

up to 50


Starting prices

Hire Fee

from £7200 Per session

19:00 - 23:00

M T W T F S S

from £9600 Per session

16:00 - 0:00

M T W T F S S

*All guide prices are inclusive of VAT

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Catering

In-house catering

Allows external catering

Approved caterers only

BYO alcohol allowed

Can provide alcohol

Kitchen facilities available

Can provide halal

Can provide kosher

Complimentary water

Extensive vegan menu

Extensive gluten-free menu

Complimentary tea and coffee

Buyout fee for external catering


Licences

Alcohol licence until 23:00

Extension available

Wedding licence

Temporary event notices (TENs) available


Room features

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

Flatscreen TV Flatscreen TV

Flipchart Flipchart

Audiovisual (AV) equipment Audiovisual (AV) equipment

Conference call facilities Conference call facilities

Air conditioning Air conditioning

Projector

Whiteboard

Natural light Natural light

Disabled access Disabled access

Storage space

Accommodation available

Parking available Parking available

A rich art collection to explore

Original architectural features including the Tulip Stairs from the 1600’s

Curator tours available

Private telescope viewings available with a qualified astronomer


Venue welcomes

Loud music/events

Own music equipment /DJ

Enhanced security events


Rules of the space

No red wine to be served during pre-dinner drinks or reception functions. Berries and other staining food and garnishes are not permitted within any of the venues.
No open flames.


The Queen’s House has an extraordinary history; it is the only major remnant of the vanished Tudor royal palace at Greenwich, where Henry VIII and Elizabeth I were born, and the centrepiece of what is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Conceived as a ‘house of delight’ for James I’s queen, this exquisite former royal residence is set against the leafy backdrop of Greenwich Park and is the jewel in the down of the World Heritage Site. Designed by the pioneering architect Inigo Jones, the 400-year old Queen’s House is Britain’s first and finest classical building and a masterpiece of 17th-century architecture. It is now filled with art and design classics both old and new, including paintings by great British and European masters. The House was designed as a place of pleasure and celebration – a tradition that continues today making it ideal for gala dinners, corporate hospitality, award ceremonies and product launches. Part of what makes the House so special is its adaptability. Whether your style is highly contemporary, traditional romance or baroque, the iconic geometric interiors are suited to each – a rare quality in a historic house.





Heather T.

Heather T.

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