The Museum of the Order of St John

A hidden jewel in the heart of the city, The Museum of the Order of St John has rooms that date back to the 12th and 16th centuries. The historic rooms range from grand to intimate and provide the ideal settings for receptions, dinners and conferences. The council chamber is also perfect for private gatherings, with the likes of William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and William Hogarth all having enjoyed the hospitality on offer, in decades gone by. The venue as a whole boasts a total of eight independent spaces, including the rare bonus of an outdoor courtyard, and really is an incredible discovery for any event planner.

Capacity: 10-300

Location: Clerkenwell, EC1M