Freemasons’ Hall

1600250No Central London

Completed in 1933 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in the First World War, Freemasons’ Hall is one of the finest buildings in England, and is now Grade II* listed. With its iconic architecture and period features, the venue is a firm favourite for London Fashion Week shows, feature films, TV and music videos. Ideally located in stylish Covent Garden, Freemasons' Hall is the perfect backdrop for dinners, receptions and parties, awards ceremonies, product launches and conferences (however please note that, as a Peace Memorial, the venue does not host weddings/civil partnership ceremonies/receptions or private birthday/celebration parties).

The grandest and largest spaces, the Grand Temple, the Vestibules and associated spaces are situated on the first floor of Freemasons' Hall. On the ground floor there is the Gallery Suite and Ante Room, and the Old Boardroom. The Gallery Suite is a large rectangular room with a maximum capacity of 220 (theatre style, standing or for dining). The Old Boardroom can be used as a break-out room (maximum capacity 60 seated) for meetings and conferences in conjunction with the Gallery Suite and Ante Room, or hired on its own.