St Paul's Cathedral

Widely considered to be one of the world's most beautiful buildings, St Paul's is the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of London, and the fifth Cathedral to stand on the site since 604AD. The present building, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the late 17th century, has become a powerful symbol of the life of the nation and of the cosmopolitan city in which it is located.

As an iconic symbol of the London skyline, and place of many national occasions, St Paul’s Cathedral is an exclusive setting for any event.With five spectacular venue spaces St Paul's can accommodate a variety of events including meetings, conferences, lunches, receptions, dinners as well as barbeques in the leafy Churchyard. The flexible venue spaces are the perfect setting for an intimate lunch through to a large drinks reception for up to 350 guests, and everything in between.

The Crypt of St Paul’s is the largest in Europe, and is a beautiful and exclusive space for corporate events. The inspiring surroundings are the final resting place of some of the nation’s greatest heroes, poets and scientists.


The Churchyard and Rose Garden, located towards the north-west parameter of the Cathedral, is the perfect setting for summer drinks receptions or barbeques.


The Rotunda Space is centred around the tomb of Admiral Lord Nelson, which stands proudly as the focal point of the chamber. With the mosaic floor and vaulted ceiling, the Nelson Chamber is an elegant space in which to hold a drinks reception.


The Wren Suite, with its golden stone walls and vaulted ceiling, makes an atmospheric setting for smaller daytime and evening events.

Included in the hire of the space is a smaller ante room called the Beehive which serves as the ideal space to serve refreshments or use as a breakout space.



venue capacity

Dinners - 250
Party or Networking Event - 350


Located in the heart of the City 

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