Welcome to Stationers' Hall and Garden - The City's hidden gem.
Stationers' Hall is a Grade I listed building, close to St Paul's Cathedral.
It is one of the few ancient Livery Halls remaining in the City of London. Completed in 1673 after the Great Fire of London, the Hall's suite of three imposing, inter-linking rooms makes it one of the most sought after venues in the City for Corporate events and private functions.
The secluded garden is a draw during the warmer months for corporate entertaining and the warmth of the Hall with its stained glass windows is the perfect setting for Christmas dinners.
The following numbers can be accommodate at Stationers' Hall:
Receptions for up to 400
Presentations and AGMs for up to 200
Dining and Dancing for up to 200
Summer Barbeques and Alfresco Parties for up to 250 in the Garden
Civil Wedding and Civil Partnership Ceremonies for up to 200
Stationers' Hall can also be hired for filming, photography and fashion shows.
Past productions include BBC Who do you think you are? featuring Gary Lineker, BBC David Starkey's Music and the Monarchy, BBC Don't tell the bride and Giles Deacon's fashion Shows during London fashion week.