The Queens House

Greenwich, London

The Queens House

Conceived as a ‘house of delight’ for James I’s queen, this exquisite former royal residence is set against the leafy back-drop of Greenwich Park, with spectacular views to the River Thames and the contrasting skyscrapers of Canary Wharf beyond.

The Queens House, Romney Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF, United Kingdom

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Maximum Capacity of Largest Room 120
Minimum Capacity of Smallest Room 2
Number of Halls 1
Number of Meeting Room options 0
Number of Guest Room options

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Conceived as a ‘house of delight’ for James I’s queen, this exquisite former royal residence is set against the leafy back-drop of Greenwich Park, with spectacular views to the River Thames and the contrasting skyscrapers of Canary Wharf beyond.

Designed by the pioneering architect Inigo Jones, the 400-year-old Queen’s House is a masterpiece of 17th-century architecture. It is now filled with art and design classics both old and new, including paintings by great British and European masters.

The House was designed as a place of pleasure and celebration – a tradition that continues today, making it ideal for gala dinners, corporate hospitality, award ceremonies and product launches. After dinner guests can retreat to the Undercroft for dancing or post-dinner drinks.

The House sits in spacious grounds of over 10,000sqm with the ability to host firework displays as well as large scale events such as festivals, concerts and experiential marketing set ups.