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The Queen’s House

Getting there

Romney Road, Greenwich, London
150
120
Yes

The Queen’s House provides a unique and elegant setting for a variety of corporate events. In 1616 Queen Anne of Denmark commissioned Inigo Jones to design a new pavilion for her at Greenwich. Situated at the foot of Greenwich Royal Park, the Queen’s House is the earliest example in England of classical architecture and one of Inigo Jones’ few surviving major works.

An unforgettable setting for lunches, receptions, buffet suppers and seated dinners. Breath-taking views across London’s oldest royal park and up to the Royal Observatory.

 

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Getting there

Romney Road, Greenwich, London
150
120
Yes

Capacities


Rooms Reception Dinner
House 150 120
Orangery and South Palours 120 40