Trinity House

Trinity Square, Tower Hill, City of London, Greater London EC3N 4DH
With views of both the Thames and the Tower of London and excellent accessibility, it’s hard to imagine a venue more perfectly positioned for a city celebration than stunning Trinity House! From the moment your guests walk into the grand Entrance Hall to be met by the sight of the breath-taking twin curved staircase, they will be wowed. With a collection of varied and versatile, but always elegant, spaces, Trinity House lends itself to any number of events, from glittering receptions to professional conferences or meetings. This 18th century Neo Classical building is as calm and peaceful as it is grand and impressive and will confer an immediate sense of ease and wellbeing to your charmed guests.

Rooms in Trinity House

  • Library

    • 120
    • 120
    • 120
    • 120
    • 46
    Crowned with a minstrel’s gallery able to accommodate a full chamber orchestra, the Library is Trinity House’s most spacious room and exudes beauty and elegance. It features gorgeous 16th and 17th century stained glass windows, a superb collection of antique silverware, and impressive views of the Tower and the River Thames. With its graceful proportions this room is an excellent choice for exquisite large scale occasions.
  • Court Room

    • 120
    • 40
    • 80
    • 40
    • 30
    This beautiful blue and gold ceilinged vision overlooks Trinity Square with floor to ceiling windows which bathe the room in natural light. The richly woven carpet, stunning vivid ceiling, and views of Trinity Square give this room a rare grace and make it a superb choice for receptions and the most inspiring of meetings.
  • Pepys Room

    • 50
    • 30
    • 40
    • 30
    • 24
    The Pepys Room is a grand space, befitting of its impressive namesake – famous diarist, naval administrator and former Master of the House, Samuel Pepys – whose portrait proudly graces the wall. For events taking place in multiple areas of the House, this is an ideal space for a dance floor and to accommodate musicians or other entertainment, but is also well suited to receptions, lunches or dinners.
  • Luncheon Room

    • 40
    • 20
    The Luncheon Room is adorned with imposing full-length portraits of former Masters of Trinity House, an elegant Georgian fireplace and the only surviving mirror from the original house. True to its name, this room works wonderfully for the hosting of small lunches and dinners.
  • Reading Room

    • 20
    • 20
    The smallest room is equally suited to individual use for small board meetings and intimate dinners and lunches and to dual hire as a reception room for a larger event. A collection of medals and a portrait of Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the Atlantic agreement make for a truly inspiring event space!