History and tradition are at the heart of London’s Stationers’ Hall, one of the few ancient Livery Halls that remain in London. This striking Grade I listed building is located close to St. Paul’s Cathedral and offers a seamless blend of welcoming warmth and arresting grandeur. The four interconnecting rooms each possess their own individual charm and character and lend themselves to a range of functions and events.

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Weddings at Stationers’ Hall

Licensed for Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships Stationers’ Hall is one of the City’s original Livery Halls and is a unique venue that provides a blend of history, tradition and gracious hospitality in the City of London. Ideally located close to St.Paul’s, Stationers’ Hall and Garden offers an exclusive range of charming, historic rooms of individual character. The private and secluded Garden has been beautifully landscaped to provide a stunning location for your memorable photos. Leading up to the wonderfully bright Court Room by a wrought iron staircase, this richly carpeted room dominated by an 18th century carved mantelpiece makes the ideal setting for your Civil Ceremony. The grandeur of the Livery Hall is evident from the moment you arrive. It’s gleaming oak flooring and carved oak panelling originating from the 1600’s together with imposing stained glass windows and high ceilings offer a truly enchanting setting for your wedding breakfast. Completed in 1673, this venue brings a rich historic feel, whilst you set your special date in your own history books.

Christmas at Stationers’ Hall

A striking venue offering the perfect balance of inviting warmth and historic grandeur, located in the heart of the city. With its gleaming oak floors and stunning stained glass windows, the grand Livery Hall is the ideal venue for your Christmas celebration. The high ceilings and magnificently carved oak panels, which date back to the 17th century, will bathe your event in history and tradition, and you can even choose to dine on elegant Jacobean tables to complete the sense of occasion.

After enjoying a sumptuous meal, your guests can continue to dance the night away in the main hall or move the celebration to the beautifully appointed Stock Room.

Rooms in the Stationers’ Hall

Livery Hall

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The beautifully maintained oak floor gleams in the largest of the function rooms. Magnificently carved oak panels from the 17th century combine with armorial banners and vast stained glass windows to imbue the room with an impressive gravitas, while the carved screen and surmounting minstrel’s gallery makes the perfect stage for small bands or choirs.
Despite its rich decoration, the Livery Hall is a wonderfully light and airy room and is suited to all manner of daytime or evening events, and allows dancing.

Court Room

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This exquisite room overlooking the Garden is richly carpeted and features ornate gold rococo ornamentation. Brightly lit and sumptuous in décor, the Court Room is a wonderful setting for conferences, receptions and dinners, with the 18th century carved mantel piece a grand focal point.



A secluded oasis in the heart of the City, the Garden is the ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle and allow your cares to ebb away. Come rain or shine, the impressive plane tree offers the perfect shady spot in which to relax and soak up the splendid ambience of Stationers’ Hall.
With marquees and a range of garden furniture available to hire, you are given the opportunity to make this flexible space your own.

Stock Room


With oak panelling and carvings which date back to the 17th century and armorial shields of past Masters adorning the walls, this intimate space is a wonderful pick for a pre-dinner reception area.
The well-appointed room is also popular for meetings, seminars, luncheons and intimate dinners.

Ante Room


Equal to the Court Room in beauty but more petite in size, the Ante Room is a perfectly proportioned space, ideal for small groups seeking an intimate but impressive setting. With its beautiful antique furniture, portraits and ornaments, the room is a perfect venue for private luncheons, dinners or smaller meetings.



The Stationers’ Hub is situated in the neighbouring St-Martin-within-Ludgate, the foundations of which date back to the 12th century. It is one of fifty-two rare Wren Churches that has survived in its original form. The two spaces are situated in the converted Gallery overlooking the striking church interior with its oak wood, stained glass windows and contemporary carvings. They also have natural daylight.