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Venues
Let us make your special event a truly unique experience that makes the most unforgettable memories.
Inspirational spaces for professional gatherings
Alexandra Palace
Sitting proudly above North London is an iconic building offering unrivalled views of the city. Alexandra Palace can host anything from exhibitions, conferences, concerts, sports events, live music
Armourers' Hall
This is home to a rather unique organisation: the Armourers’ Company, which was founded in 1322. It’s now one of the UK’s leading charities supporting metallurgy and materials science education.
Banqueting House
Sumptuous and atmospheric Banqueting House has a history as rich as it's dazzling decor, used by Kings and Queens of England to entertain and impress guests.
Clissold House
Set in the serene and tranquil surroundings of Clissold Park, only a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Clissold House is a stunning Grade II* listed 18th century building s
Dulwich Picture Gallery
As the first purpose built art gallery in the world, Dulwich Picture Gallery is a stunning venue in one of London's most stylish districts
East Wintergarden
Recently nominated one of London’s Top Event Spaces by Event magazine, this breathtaking Canary Wharf setting continues to host a number of prestigious corporate, private and charity events.
Guildhall
Situated in the heart of the city, this medieval Grade I building has been a home to the City of London Corporation for the past 800 years, hosting banquets for visiting Heads of State, royal occasion
Kensington Palace
Surrounded by tranquil gardens, Kensington Palace in the heart of West London is an idyllic location for corporate and private events, including weddings.
Madame Tussauds
The multi award winning Madame Tussauds has been hosting London’s best parties, dinners and award presentations for over fifty years.
Middle Temple
Situated in the heart of London’s legal quarter, this imposing and breath-taking event space guarantees a night to remember! Middle Temple Hall is one of the four ancient Inns of Court, and the role
Museum of London
A cultural gem, located in the heart of the Square Mile, the Museum of London is a perfect match with Ampersand for events that echo the unique charm and flair of the capital.
Natural History Museum
London’s Natural History Museum embodies the "wow factor". Drama, prestige, history by the millennia, and a magnificent Jurassic showpiece make the museum one of London’s most iconic venues and th
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
The world-renowned gardens and the structures within provide a unique and beautiful setting for any event. Choose from a wide range of formal and casual venues, which can accommodate from 20 to 40
The Royal College of Art
Residing opposite Kensington Gardens, next to the impressive Royal Albert Hall, this Grade–II listed building designed in the early 1960s has been praised as, ‘an extraordinary building contextual
Royal Horticultural Halls
The Lindley Hall opened its doors in 1904, at the height of the Edwardian era. The space, light and elegance inherent in its Edwardian design create a breath taking effect for organisers and visitors
Science Museum
The Science Museum is the ultimate destination for science and technology and Ampersand are proud to cater for this British institution.
Somerset House
This Neoclassical palace stands between the bustle of the Strand and the sweep of the River Thames. Built in 1547 by Edward Seymour and serving as a royal residence to the Queens of England, the venue
The Tower of London
The Tower of London – which has stood for more than 900 years – is just one of several renowned palaces that benefits from our event catering expertise.
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey, a true icon, encompasses a number of perfect venue spaces, resulting in a dream venue for a variety of occasions.
Whitechapel Gallery
On the edge of the Square Mile, neighbouring The City, Canary Wharf and Shoreditch, the Whitechapel Gallery is an iconic venue premiering international art from the modern to the contemporary. The G