Venue spotlight: Museum of London
As a London caterer, we are very privileged to be able to say we work in such a wide variety of venues in and around London. One of the modern venues we work at is the Museum of London, which documents the history of London from pre-historic to modern times.
The Museum of London can hold weddings, cocktail reception and dinners for a range of capacities in different rooms.
The Sackler Hall, which is in the heart of the Museum, is perfect for private parties, award-ceremonies and celebrations. This space also comes with a digital ellipse and plasma screen, which works fantastically during events!
There are a number of different gallery spaces you can use for receptions or dinners, but as a London caterer one of our favourite galleries is the Designing a Moment: London 2012 Olympic Cauldron. Yes, this gallery contains the ‘Torch’ from the London 2012 Olympics and you can now hold an event in this room!
Working at this Museum has its challenges and of course it’s perks. One of the challenges is that the Museum closes at 5 pm, and on all events we only have 45 minutes to turn the venue around ready for the first guests arrival, whether it’s a dinner for 300 or a reception – which we have mastered! The perks of working here are; how easy the venue is to work at, there is lots of space for our chefs and the flexibility of the venue is great – not to mention the wonderful team!