Royal Horticultural Halls London Corporate Functions & Events
Add your – or your client’s – name to a long list of who’s who when you host an event at Royal Horticultural Halls. Built as the exhibition space for the Royal Horticultural Society, this Westminster venue has welcomed royalty, celebrities, and VIPs within its walls for more than 100 years.
Comprised of two halls – Lindley Hall and Lawrence Hall – this is a striking and flexible venue that can suit any corporate event.
Host your conference in Lindley Hall, the Grade II-listed Edwardian building with beautiful original details and vaulted glass ceilings, in-house technology and equipment, and flexible, distinct areas you can use for breakout spaces throughout the day.
Or, host an exhibition in Lawrence Hall, the 1920s Art Deco event space with a grand entrance, high-pitched vaulted ceiling, and breakout rooms. Better yet, an annual gala or holiday party in the hall would be a truly unforgettable experience for your corporation.
Royal Horticultural Halls London Corporate Function & Event Highlights:
- Large capacity: host up to 450 guests in Lindley Hall
- Two event spaces
- In-house technology and equipment
- Stunning architecture and period features
- Minutes from Victoria, Pimlico, and St James’s Park stations
Spaces At This Venue
The original hall at Royal Horticultural Halls, Lindley Hall is a Grade II-listed Edwardian venue space full of authentic details and a jaw-dropping vaulted glass ceiling. This room boasts capacity for up to 450 guests, breakout areas and the ability to section off into separate spaces.Read More
Built in the 1920s, Lawrence Hall is an art deco masterpiece, complete with high-pitched vaulted ceiling, and marble tiles and cinema-style turnstiles in the entrance. This ample space can host up to 1,500 guests for a standing reception, 900 for dinner and 750 for a dinner dance. There is a minimum three day hire for Lawrence Hall.Read More
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The Royal Horticultural Society’s Lindley Hall is a spectacular building over a hundred years old. The spacious interior is ideal for exhibitions, and other events.
A wonderful events venue. Been to many […] shows here. But it also lends itself to […] exhibitions. Staff are friendly and approachable and the toilet facilities are very clean even on very busy event days.
Remarkable building. Large open halls for events. Clean conveniences too.
Nnamdi Daniel Nzekwe
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Lindley Hall can accommodate up to 450 guests, and Lawrence Hall can accommodate up to 1,500 guests.
Weddings at Royal Horticultural Halls are special and unique, held in the Grade II-listed Lindley Hall. The space is cavernous and light-filled, with a soaring glass atrium ceiling. The large venue is flexible and can easily accommodate any couple’s unique wedding style.
Wedding menus here run the gamut of options, and you can also use the hall for dry hire if you already have a specific caterer in mind.
Yes, Royal Horticultural Halls can hold meetings, conferences, and galas in both Lindley Hall and Lawrence Hall, with AV and technology available.
Hotels near Royal Horticultural Halls London include:
- Conrad London St James, from £248 per night
- Double Tree Hilton Westminster, from £90 per night
- Eccleston Square Hotel, from £132 per night
There is meter parking available in front of the building. On weekends, parking is free along nearby Vincent Square. For off-street parking, discounted rates are available at the Q-Park Victoria car park.
There is a range of catering partners at Royal Horticultural Halls who can produce bespoke menus to suit you.
Yes, dry hire is allowed at Royal Horticultural Halls.
At Royal Horticultural Halls London, Lindley Hall is available any time for events. Lawrence Hall is only available during certain dates during the year and must be hired for a minimum of three days.