London’s Top Venues for Private Hire
London is awash with iconic landmarks and buildings. We’ve rounded up the top attractions which attract the most visitors. These crowd pullers offer private access for corporate events, to give your meeting added kudos. If these don’t appeal there is an undiscovered London with hidden venues that are less well known which will give a fresh perspective to delegates who know London well.
- British Museum
Dedicated to human history and culture, including Egyptian mummies and the Rosetta Stone.
- National Gallery
2,300+ paintings from the 13th century to 1900, with art by Botticelli, Da Vinci, Hogarth and Van Gogh.
- Natural History Museum
A huge array of specimens from the natural world, including the iconic Diplodocus skeleton in the spectacular Central Hall.
- Tate Modern
Once a power station on Bankside, south of the river, it now houses a renowned modern art collection.
- Coca-Cola London Eye
One of London’s newest attractions, relatively speaking, on a clear day you can see beyond the city for 40km.
- Science Museum
Interactive venue with 300,000 items, including Stephenson’s Rocket, Puffing Billy (the oldest surviving steam locomotive) and the first jet engine.
- Victoria and Albert Museum
The world’s largest museum of decorative arts covering over 3,000 years of art, sculpture and fashion.
- Tower of London
The 900-year-old former royal palace and guarded fortress, once home to kings, prisoners and now Beefeaters and the crown jewels.
- Royal Museums Greenwich
Explore Britain’s naval history at the National Maritime Museum, plus the Cutty Sark, Queen’s House and Royal Observatory.
- Madame Tussauds
Lifelike wax figures of famous people, from the Queen and the royal family to George Clooney and other celebrities.