Court Room at The Foundling Museum
About this space
The Court Room, one of London’s finest original Rococo interiors, provides an ideal setting for intimate dinners. A re-creation of the original Foundling Hospital Court Room used for entertaining important guests, the room contains many fine examples of British art and design with paintings by Thomas Gainsborough and William Hogarth, alongside a striking 18th-century marble chimneypiece.
The stunning Persian carpet enhances the Collection and tall windows open out onto Brunswick Square. Up to 40 can be seated, with a maximum of 20 on a single table. Alternatively this space provides the perfect setting for pre-dinner drinks.
Catering and drinks
Music & sound equipment
Rules of the space
- no naked flames
- no frying onsite
- red wine to be served seated only