Designed by the pioneering architect Inigo Jones’s, the Queen’s House Art Gallery is a masterpiece of 17th century architecture. Conceived as a ‘House of Delight’ for James I’s Queen, this exquisite former royal residence is set in the leafy surroundings of Greenwich Park with spectacular views of the river Thames and the contrasting skyscrapers of Canary Wharf beyond.
The House was designed as a place of celebration; a tradition that continues today, making it the ideal venue for luxury dining and hospitality.
The striking beauty of the Great Hall, with its original black-and-white geometric marble floor, provides a spectacular setting for dinners for up to 120 guests. The Orangery and South Parlours provide a stylish location for receptions, while the vaulted Undercroft beneath the Great Hall offers an atmospheric party space for dancing and after-dinner entertainment.
|Name of Room/Space||Reception||Dinner||Dinner & Dance||Theatre||Boardroom||Classroom||Cabaret||Exhibition Space (m2)|
|The Great Hall||120||120||–||120||–||–||–||–|
|Orangery and South Parlours||120||40||–||50||25||–||–||–|