Hire one of Royal Museums Greenwich's outstanding historic venues for your event - the National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory or Queen's House.
Capture the romance and adventure of the great age of the sail aboard one of the world’s most famous and beautiful ships. Host your evening wedding or civil partnership at Cutty Sark, the last remaining tea clipper who survived the world’s stormy seas to become the fastest and greatest of her time.
Hold your evening event in the striking setting of the National Maritime Museum, with its fascinating exhibits and blend of modern and classical styles.
The Peter Harrison Planetarium at the Royal Observatory Greenwich provides a versatile modern venue for evening events, with its striking architecture, contemporary lines and abundant light.
Designed specifically for entertaining, the Queen’s House provides a unique and regal setting for both corporate and private events.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich makes an unforgettable setting for evening events, with its fabulous views across Greenwich Park to Canary Wharf.
Greenwich's Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, makes a spectacular and memorable setting for corporate and private evening events.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the National Maritime Museum grounds provide a beautiful setting for your event.
The Lecture Theatre at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich is available to hire for conferences and lectures for up to 130 delegates.
Spanned by a soaring glass roof, Neptune Court is a meeting of classical 18th-century grandeur and innovative modern architecture at the heart of the National Maritime Museum and is the ideal location for large wedding receptions located within easy reach of London.
Set in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Maritime Greenwich, the grounds of Royal Museums Greenwich offer an epic opportunity for outdoor entertaining, brand activations, filming and photography, and screenings. The spacious grounds have the ability to host firework displays as well as large scale events such as festivals, concerts and experiential marketing set ups.