British Museum

The British Museum has a truly spectacular atmosphere with several different spaces to suit every event. It really is as versatile as it’s collections.

GREAT COURT
Designed by Foster and Partners, the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court transformed the Museum’s inner courtyard into the largest covered public square in Europe. It is a two-acre space enclosed by a spectacular glass roof with the world-famous Reading Room at its centre.
Dinner x 400

Reception x 1000

ENLIGHTENMENT GALLERY
The Enlightenment Gallery is divided into seven sections that explore the seven major new disciplines of the age: Religion and ritual, Trade and discovery, the birth of archaeology, Art history, Classification, the decipherment of ancient scripts and Natural history. It was opened in 2003 to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the British.
Dinner x 180

Reception x 350

EGYPTIAN SCULPTURE GALLERY
The Egyptian Sculpture Gallery’s unique atmosphere provides a truly memorable space.
Dinner x 250

Reception x 400

PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GALLERY
Reception x 200

NEREID ROOM
Dinner x 200
Reception x 300

ADDIS GALLERY
Dinner x 60
Reception x 120

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