Great Gallery Reception
For up to 250 guests
The Great Gallery is the grandest entertaining space at the Museum and is located on the first floor. It was purpose built by Sir Richard Wallace to house the masterpieces of the Collection and contains works by Titian, Rubens and Poussin as well as the iconic Laughing Cavalier.
To enhance your evening a private view of the First Floor Drawing Room Suite or the ground floor Armouries can be arranged.
For up to 300 guests
The contemporary leafy setting of the glazed Courtyard in the centre of the museum can be used for drinks receptions and award ceremonies year-round.
Built by Rick Mather Architects in 2000, the Courtyard is a contemporary space that contrasts beautifully with the 18th-century architecture of Hertford House.
To enhance your evening a private view of the Ground Floor Galleries or Drawing Rooms Suite can be arranged.
Drawing Rooms Reception
For up to 150 guests
The luxurious surroundings of this newly refurbished suite of drawing rooms showcase the museum's world-famous collection of 18th-century French art. Decorated with opulent silk wall coverings and upholstery, and displaying treasures that belonged to Marie Antoinette and Madame de Pompadour, these glamorous rooms are perfect for more intimate parties.
To discuss or arrange an event call the events team on 020 7563 9545 / 564 or email firstname.lastname@example.org