Museum of London

Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London, Greater London EC2Y 5HN
The Museum of London is part of the striking Barbican complex of buildings created in the 60s and 70s after bomb damage in the City. The Museum tells the story of London and its people from the Great Fire of 1666 to the present day and was recently redeveloped to create an impressive contemporary venue.

Rooms in Museum of London

  • Entrance Hall

    • 400
    • 200
    • 200
    The striking entrance hall is a contemporary open space with a futuristic bar. It can be used for a drinks reception before dinner, or as an event space in its own right.
  • Sackler Hall

    • 500
    • 350
    • 300
    • 350
    • 180
    Sackler Hall is the museum’s largest entertaining venue and features a suspended LED curtain 48m long in the shape of an ellipse. Along with nine plasma screens it can be programmed to display logos, presentations or film and makes for a dramatic backdrop to any event.
  • The Galleries

    • 1000
    Guests will never be short of entertainment in the Galleries with their contemporary interactive displays and vibrant exhibits of old London such as the Victorian Pleasure Gardens and the Lord Mayors State Coach.
  • Weston Theatre

    • 230
    The Weston Theatre is a purpose built 230 seat lecture theatre, complete with state of the art audio visual equipment and full blackout option. The theatre is perfect for press conferences, screenings and product launches. The Museum of London is part of the Barbican complex of buildings created in the 60s and 70s after bomb damage in the City. The Museum tells the story of London and its people from the Great Fire of 1666 to the present day and was recently redeveloped to create an impressive contemporary venue.    
  • Terrace Rooms

    • 200
    • 120
    • 90
    The three stylish Terrace Rooms are well-equipped for business functions and offer a tranquil private garden area for breaks or post-conference receptions.