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Conference Venues In And Around London

Oct 20, 2007
If youre looking for a conference venue in London then head south of the Thames. It is an area of London that boasts incredible history, architecture, culture and regeneration. Three of Londons strongest landmarks stand on the south side of the Thames.

The London Eye is the best place for views of the city, The Tate Modern is Britains national museum of international modern art and Shakespeares Globe Theatre is the cultural heart of the city.

Imagine how much your conference will benefit from the proximity to these London icons. Delegates would be able to refresh and re-focus after a rejuvenating break in this inspiring part of the city.

Fortunately there are numerous venues in this part of London. This article aims to guide you through a few.

Avonmouth House

Avonmouth House won the Gold Environment award from Southwark Council in 2005. This environmentally friendly venue offers 16 modern rooms capable of hosting all types of corporate event. With its wide range of rooms the venue has the capacity to cater for your specific size requirements.

Dali Universe

Dali Universe offers 30,000 ft of floor space to accommodate your conference needs. Situated across the water from Big Ben, underneath the London Eye this sophisticated venue benefits from the exhibition of art by Salvador Dali. There are three dedicated rooms that can cater for 100, 150 or 220 depending on your needs with a maximum dining capacity of 470.

Design Museum

Situated right next to Tower Bridge the Design Museum houses a permanent collection of ground-breaking art. Described by fashion designer, Sir Paul Smith, the natural home for everyone who has ever enjoyed or appreciated design, the Design Museum has three spaces available. Conference facilities cater for 80, 180 or 200 delegates.

The Hop Exchange

Opened in 1868, The Hop and Malt Exchange is a unique venue that benefits from the Exchange Hall (Atrium) which was an important original feature of the building. With reception facilities that can cater for 250, Dinner capacity of 140 and dinner dance capacity of 100 the Hop Exchange demands consideration.

London Aquarium

The London Aquarium will give your delegates a truly memorable experience. With marine life from coral reefs, the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic the London aquarium is sure to capture the imagination of your delegates. The entire Aquarium has a capacity of 1500. The shark Tank Area can provide food for 60 people whilst the Atlantic Zone holds 150 people.

London Dungeon

The London Dungeon will provide you with a truly memorable venue for your conference. Exclusive hire of the dungeons provides space for 280 delegates. It is also possible to include a boat ride through Traitors Gate on the river Thames to start your event with a thrill.

The Museum of Garden

Situated next to Lamberth Palace the Museum of Garden has a regal feel. The superb gardens might make a perfect home for an alternative conference. The Museum can cater for 200 dinner guests.

Namco Station

With 35,000 sq ft containing bars, music, arcades, bowling alleys, dodgems and pool tables Namco Station is a unique choice for a conference. The entire Namco station has a capacity of 500. This is a 21st century venue in the heart of the city.

Prospero House

Close to London Bridge Prospero house offers flexible conference space designed to inspire and generate ideas to keep conference delegates engaged. The venue showcases works of contemporary British art. Prospero provides the flexibility to cater for any number of delegates.

Vinopolis

Set in the vaulted arches of London Bridge Vinopolis offers an enormous variety of spaces that will cater for any group size between 50 and 750. Great Halls provide space; The Mezzanine boasts impressive vaulted ceilings and the Odyssey Rooms are dedicated to glorious wines of the world.
About the Author
Shaun Parker is an expert on Conference Venues London. for more information visit http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/
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