Drapers Hall

Throgmorton Avenue, London

Drapers Hall
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Address: Throgmorton Avenue, The City
London, EC2N 2DQ
Map:Map & nearby
Region:The City
Nearest Station:Liverpool Street
Category:Livery Companies
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Mon:09:00 - 17:00
Tue:09:00 - 17:00
Wed:09:00 - 17:00
Thu:09:00 - 17:00
Fri:09:00 - 17:00
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About: The unrivalled grandeur and opulence of Drapers’ Hall provide a magnificent setting for every type of event – from business-related meetings, working lunches, and presentations to cocktail parties, dinners, celebrations and wedding receptions.

Frequently used by film-makers, Drapers’ Hall is steeped in history and home to many outstanding works of art. Richly decorated, and with its own unique atmosphere and ambience, Drapers’ Hall will provide a distinctive and unforgettable backdrop for your special occasion.

The Court Room, Drawing Room and Court Dining Room are ideal for smaller gatherings, while the Livery Hall can seat up to 270 for lunch or dinner; serve up to 350 buffet guests; and accommodate up to 450 for a cocktail party.

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London's Most Opulent Buildings
To give you an idea of just how grand Drapers Hall is, it’s had the honour of doubling as Buckingham Palace in feature films. The site was once inhabited by Thomas Cromwell, and in 1543 it was purchased by the Drapers Company - one of the City’s livery companies -to be used astheir meeting place. No expense was spared with the furnishings, as rooms contain silk woven tapestries and crystal chandeliers as well as a fine collection of silverware. The main hall’s 28 marble columns prop up portraits of aristocrats who peer suspiciously at visitors.



The Latest User Reviews of Drapers Hall


User Rating: 10 / 10
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Mr J Walker, London
Added: Jan 2014
All In London User Recommended Business
I attended a Luncheon at Drapers' Hall in November and have to say it was superb!

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