Museum of London Docklands
Ever wanted to know more about London’s lifeblood? Are you curious about the River Thames, which for so long provided industrial London a direct route to the world’s oceans, allowing commerce to thrive and for the City to begin its development into the global centre it is today? The Museum of London Docklands offers a fantastic insight into this very slice of London history. The MOL Docklands documents through time how the River itself changed in its usage and the effects it has had on the development of the capital. Furthermore, each and every gallery you pass through is built chronologically in its representation, before concluding on the modern day.
So how about you explore this during the seasonal months of the year? Why not turn it into a day out, an evening perhaps, where you can entertain clients, friends and staff alike? This is most certainly an intriguing idea. That’s why we have worked closely with the MOL Docklands to build some incredible offers specifically tailored for those peak months of the year and we would love to talk more about them with you! Corporate entertaining? Staff parties? Meaningful birthday celebrations? All of these can be held at one of the venue’s many spaces, including the riverside terrace which would just be perfect for those toasty afternoons.
But what about the winter months? How could a venue possibly be that flexible? Well, with over six individual and unique spaces inside, there is inspiration throughout the venue. Moreover, the rustic décor of open brickwork and large wooden beams connecting the structure, offer it a remarkably warm feel when the snow starts falling and the air becomes crisp. The authenticity of the space and the period aesthetics it has aimed for are truly highlighted in the winter months, I must say.
How big can your party be? Excellent question. It’s a testament to the flexibility of the venue that it lends itself and its many spaces exceptionally well to the 100 guest mark. In fact, there is just one space (16 guests) that sits below that mark, and indeed, there are three that surpass the 250 mark comfortably. But for those with larger ideas, there is Muscovado Hall; a glorious open plan space that connects directly to the riverside terrace, offering views over the Canary Wharf skyline all the while allowing up to 400 guests standing!
But what about transportation? Being so far east of the City it might seem bothersome to get to at first; however, these concerns should fade away when you realise Bank offers a fast and admittedly less congested route via the DLR which will take you right to Poplar station, just a short walk away from the front doors.
If you would like to discuss any of these details, please do get in touch on 020 7236 2149 or firstname.lastname@example.org