Freemasons’ Hall

London WC2B 5AZ

Freemasons’ Hall

Freemasons’ Hall, built between 1927-1932 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in the First World War, is one of the finest Art Deco buildings in London, earning itself a Grade II listing. Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, the venue boasts two beautiful main event spaces; the Gallery Suite and the impressive Grand Temple.

Room Layouts & Capacities

Not only is Freemasons’ Hall an exceptional building in a prime location, it also boasts an array of rooms that can be hired individually or together to create a stunning setting for a host of events. The Grand Temple room lives up to its name and is a magnificent, opulent space with varying capacities depending on the layout – 1,625 if the fixed theatre style is used, or from 500-1,138 if the fixed seating is staged over.

The Vestibules can be used in conjunction with The Grand Temple for drinks receptions, or in isolation for dinners or parties. Leading to these spaces are two sweeping stone staircases, accessed via the Tower Entrance which features the authentic 1930s Tower Cloakroom.

Also available to hire is The Gallery Suite, which can be utilised as a breakout room or on its own for up to 220 theatre style, standing or dining.

We love the history of this building and the added experience this brings to your events.

BY TRAIN:

The venue is situated between Holborn and Covent Garden stations, about a 5 minute walk from either.

BY CAR:

60 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5AZ


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