V&A Museum of Childhood
The V&A Museum of Childhood is one of London’s best-loved museums & offers a unique and historical venue on the edge of the City.
The Museum, which was opened in 1872 by the Prince of Wales, is a magnificent, grade II listed Victorian building, boasting remarkable spaces & many original 19th century features, including the elegant & historic Marble Floor laid by female prisoners from Woking gaol. The Marble Floor is surrounded by the collections, creating a memorable backdrop for any event.
The Museum is a charitable organisation & every single penny we make from our venue hire goes straight back into helping us to refurbish galleries, improve the facilities & our collections & develop our learning programme.
- Reception Capacity: 900
- Dinner Capacity: 300
- Theatre Style Capacity 300
- Outdoor Space: No
- Weddings: Yes