Stationers' Hall and Garden is a hidden gem located in the heart of the City of London, close to St Paul's Cathedral. Completed in 1673, after the Great Fire of London, it is an exquisite and historic venue, well equipped for a wide range of events. Stationers' Hall offers three interlinking rooms, which combine with a large secluded garden to accommodate up to 400 people.
The largest of the spaces at Stationers' Hall, the Livery Hall, boasts sumptuous oak flooring and carved oak panelling originating from the 1600's. Its large stained glass windows, which depict William Shakespeare and King Edward IV, can be backlit for evening events to create a spectacular backdrop. Unlike many other traditional venues, candlelight and music is permitted in this room, as is dancing by prior arrangement.