Royal Observatory

12060Yes East London

The Royal Observatory Greenwich is one of the most important scientific sites in the world. It is the home of British astronomy, Greenwich Meantime and the Prime Meridian of the world. Founded in 1675 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, this museum offers a wealth of intimate and experiential event spaces.

The Octagon Room or Flamsteed House as it is known, is one of the last surviving interiors designed by Sir Christopher Wren. This elegant space is ideal for wedding ceremonies and private dining for 100 guests seated or 60 for a drinks reception. Enjoy spectacular views across London and the changing night sky through the soaring windows that surround the room.

The Meridian Courtyard is a superb outdoor space ideal for summer parties. With breath-taking panoramic views over London, up to 120 guests can enjoy drinks standing on the Prime Meridian of the world, where the eastern and western hemispheres meet.