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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.
With a fascinating history – the Hall was one of the very few to emerge unscathed from the Great Fire of 1666, which was finally overcome just yards away – and objects such as 17th century armour on display, this venue makes for a distinguished setting. 

All types of functions, from banquets to weddings and wine tastings can be held within its four rooms of varying proportions.


The Livery Hall is the largest event space, being able to accommodate up 125 guests for theatre-style presentations or receptions. Its superb display of arms and armour is sure to impress, while the George II brass chandeliers and Men-at-Arms candelabra provide a dramatic candle-lit setting for banquets.

You can imagine you’re standing on a flying carpet when you enter – with a glass of champagne and canapé in hand – the Drawing Room, also known as the Gold Room. On the floor is an excellent copy of the famous Ardebli Persian carpet on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum, which was originally made for the influential Shah Tahmasp in the 16th century.
Ideal for
Conferences Meetings Receptions Dinners Parties
Livery Hall The Drawing Room The Court Room The Library
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