Dating back to the Middle Ages, the Guildhall in London is the seat of the City government, housing the Corporation of London. The Guildhall’s construction started in 1411. The impressive Medieval Hall is illuminated by grandiose stained glass windowpanes and decorated with commemorations to a variety of national figures including Sir Winston Churchill, Admiral Lord Nelson and The Duke of Wellington. The Guildhall's role in the City nowadays is still of enormous significance. As a venue for civil and stately banquets, it provides an impressive and extraordinary space for conferences, meetings, receptions and parties.
Located in the EC2 area of London, Guildhall can be easily reached from St. Paul's, Moorgate, Bank and Mansion House underground stations, and London Liverpool Street, London Fenchurch Street, Blackfriars, Cannon Street, Moorgate and City Thameslink railway stations.
Food and Drink
Late licence available
Guildhall London - Capacities
Dinner dance 10-760
Christmas parties, entertaining dignitaries, royal occasions, receptions for major historical anniversaries, corporate events, fine dining and banqueting.