King George III at The Brewery

City of London EC1Y 4SD

King George III

On the ground floor, connected to both the Queen Charlotte and Lower Sugar Room, The King George III Room (named after his visit in 1787) has exposed brickwork, a barrel vaulted ceiling and period lanterns.

The King George III Room is directly accessed from the reception (and the loading bay) and can be used alone or in conjunction with the Porter Tun as a drinks reception, catering or exhibition area for larger events.

Room Layouts & Capacities

On the ground floor, connected to both the Queen Charlotte and Lower Sugar Room, The King George III Room (named after his visit in 1787) has exposed brickwork, a barrel-vaulted ceiling and period lanterns.

The King George III Room is directly accessed from the reception (and the loading bay) and can be used alone or in conjunction with the Porter Tun as a drinks reception, catering or exhibition area for larger events.

BY TUBE Close to Liverpool Street, Moorgate and Barbican stations.

 

BY CAR Venue address: 52 Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4SD

There are no car parking facilities on site at The Brewery. The nearest public NCP car park can be found at The Barbican.


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