Victoria & Albert Museum Venue Hire London, SW7
Reflecting its reputation as the world’s greatest museum of art and design, the V&A’s magnificent South Kensington building is itself an unique gem of Victorian architecture.
The V&A with its seven miles of galleries and over 4.3 million objects boasts extraordinary spaces for corporate and private entertaining.
The Dome is one of London’s most elegant and impressive settings for receptions, dinners and dinner dances.
The Raphael Gallery, the largest and most prestigious space housing some of the most important surviving examples of Renaissance art in the world,is a magnificient space for dinners and award presentations.
The Dorothy and Michael Hintze Sculpture Galleries display some of the Museum’s finest sculpture and provide a stunning setting for receptions and pre-dinner drinks.
Illuminated at night the John Madejski Garden with its paved ellipse with water jets is a stunning venue for summer receptions.
Drinks and dinners may be combined with a private view of exhibitions.
The Dome, with its soaring ceiling, classical architecture and marble floors, complemented by Dale Chihuly’s extraordinary central glass sculpture,
is one of London’s most elegant and impressive settings for receptions, dinners and dinner dances. A pre-dinner drinks reception can be held in the Dorothy and Michael Hintze Sculpture Galleries or John Madejski Garden Please note that a dancefloor must be hired when organising a dinner dance.
DOROTHY AND MICHAEL HINTZE SCULPTURE GALLERIES
The Dorothy and Michael Hintze Sculpture Galleries display some of the V&A’s !nest sculpture and provide a stunning setting for receptions and
pre-dinner drinks. The black and white mosaic flooring enhances the collection and tall windows open out onto the John Madejski Garden.
The galleries are situated close to the Museum’s major exhibition halls and provide an ideal space for drinks receptions and dinners.
PAUL AND JILL RUDDOCK GALLERY
Over ten years in the planning, two years in the building and showcasing the world’s largest collection from
the period, the V&A’s Medieval & Renaissance Galleries opened in 2009 to great critical acclaim. The ten galleries include The Paul
and Jill Ruddock Gallery. This is next to the Dome and is a stunning space for receptions, pre-dinner drinks and
dinners. Large scale works, once part of impressive Renaissance buildings are displayed in the context of a cityscape. Dramatic sculptures by Giambologna and others stand in a setting evocative of a courtyard and garden. The choir screen from the Cathedral of St John at ‘s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands, one of the largest objects on show, provides a powerful backdrop for events.
So much more so weather an office party, Summer party conference or Christmas party the V&A dose it better than anyone in London.Packages
DOROTHY AND MICHAEL HINTZE