The National Maritime Museum’s Neptune Court, Sammy Ofer Wing and Lecture Theatre offer a unique blend of old and new architecture, set within the heart of a UNESCO world heritage site.
The world’s largest maritime museum, it’s filled with inspirational stories of exploration and endeavour at sea and packed to the gunwales with intriguing objects and fascinating galleries.
Neptune Court provides hospitality space across two levels. The Lower Deck is an ideal space for receptions and pre-dinner drinks, while the guests view the varied Maritime themed exhibits. Guests ascend up to the wide open Upper Deck suitable for gala and awards dinners featuring a high glass domed ceiling.
The Sammy Ofer Wing provides contemporary architectural surroundings for stand up receptions and features access to the special exhibition gallery when shows are scheduled.
Their purpose built tiered Lecture Theatre is available for meetings and presentations and is utilised in conjunction with the Propeller Space for catering service.
Features: Natural light, direct access to outdoor space for receptions, rigging capabilities, direct vehicle access, accredited catering, production and florist list.
|Name of Room/Space||Reception||Dinner||Dinner & Dance||Theatre||Boardroom||Classroom||Cabaret||Exhibition Space (m2)|
|Sammy Ofer Wing||500||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|Neptune Court & Sammy Ofer Wing||1500||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|