National Maritime Museum
The National Maritime Museum boasts its 18th century grandeur and innovative modern architecture. Featuring four unique event spaces, ideal for gala dinners, award ceremonies, and large receptions. Located in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich, the Museum has access to the Colonnades on the south lawn, where they can admire sweeping views of Greenwich Royal Park, the River Thames and Canary Wharf.
The National Maritime Museum was opened in 1937 by King George VI and still to this date is the leading maritime museum in the UK, and the largest of its type. By day the National Maritime Museum is a place where you can discover extraordinary stories of exploration and endeavour. By night, the museum transforms into a unique events venue. With four spaces available to hire the National Maritime Museum is the ideal spot ideal for gala dinners, award ceremonies, and large receptions. Located in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich, just a short walk from Maze Hill tube station.
BY TUBE: Just a 10 min walk from either Maze Hill or Greenwich station.
BY CAR: Park Row, London SE10 9NF