When you step into the spacious and welcoming Entrance Hall from the cobbled paving behind our gold tipped iron railings, it is immediately apparent that this place is special. Through the Hall, the distinctive twin-spiral staircase leads up to five rooms: the Library, the Court – both licensed for wedding ceremonies – the Luncheon Room, Reading Room, and Pepys Room. They range in capacity from 10 to 130 guests or 180 standing. Four of the rooms face the Tower, visible through tall sash-windows. They are all light and airy, have air conditioning and heating, high ceilings and original sash windows.

The Court Room can accommodate 60 people seated or 130 standing. It is an opulent room that features a trompe l’oeil ceiling, original, commission life-size portraits of English royalty, a working fireplace, and it has the second largest single-loom carpet in the country, the largest being at Windsor Castle.

The adjoining Luncheon Room can accommodate 20 people seated or 40 standing. In this room are the two oldest ship paintings in London, which were painted onto wood obtained from the original Mansion House. It has a large polished table that is over 200 years old.

The Library can accommodate 130 seated or 180 standing. This room is indeed a library, but the books are hidden behind the doors around the room. It is oval-shaped and has a custom built Minstrels’ Gallery for musicians to perform in, and has two stunning chandeliers, three remarkable stained-glass windows, a cabinet of rare silver artefacts. It adjoins onto both the Reading Room and the Pepys Room.

The Reading Room is ideal for your after dinner bar, or perhaps a port and cheese area. It has a great ‘speakeasy’ feel to it. in this room are displayed the clock and Barometer from Ernest Shackleton’s ship Nimrod, as well as more lovely paintings, and of course, our view over the Tower of London. The most recent addition being HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s frock coat.

The Pepys Room is named after Samuel Pepys; past Master of Trinity House. It is perfect for your after dinner dancing. A dancefloor is needed, and we have some great options from where to hire one.

There are lots of imaginative opportunities for wedding photography. You could also step over the road into Trinity Square Gardens for some private photos while your guests enjoy their drinks. Film buffs will be tickled to learn the venue has been the location for numerous film and television productions, including ‘Muppets Most Wanted’, James Bond ‘Skyfall’, 'The Crown', 'The Professionals’, ‘MasterChef’, ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’, and ‘The Invisible Woman’.

This is the perfect place for your wedding or special party and is quintessentially English in a heritage setting, supported by the highest level of professional event management and supervision.