81 Coleman St, The City, London EC2R 5BJ
Home to the Armourers’ Company, this Livery Hall has a fascinating history; located on the same site since 1346, Armourers’ Hall was one of the very few to stand firm and untouched during the Great Fire of London, which was overcome just metres away. With its proud and colourful past and collection of artefacts such as armour dating back to the 17th century, Armourers’ Hall offers a highly distinguished setting for all kinds of events.
Rooms in the Armourers’ Hall
The largest event space is the ideal place to hold a banquet style dinner, but also well suited to receptions and theatre-style presentations. Its superb display of 16th century arms and armour makes a lasting impression, while the 18th century George II brass chandeliers and Men-at-Arms candelabra provide a striking candle-lit setting for a dramatic dining experience.
The Court Room
The Court Room is elegant and beautifully proportioned with Elizabethan paintings and an august selection of documentation which includes the 1556 Grant of Arms as decoration.
The impressive Regency dining table and 18th century mahogany chairs make the room well suited for lunches dinners and boardroom style meetings.
The Drawing Room
Thanks to the superb copy of the famous Ardebil Persian carpet which graces its floors, you will feel as if you have stepped on to a magnificent flying carpet when you enter the Drawing Room. Also known as the Gold Room, this space is dressed by glorious paintings which flank the Lee Armour.
The Drawing Room is the ideal venue for sophisticated dining or receptions and a striking backdrop to theatre-style presentations.