The Royal Observatory

Greenwich, London

The Royal Observatory

Founded in 1675 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, this sophisticated venue provides an inspirational place for any event and is positioned exclusively on top of the hill in Greenwich Park. The Observatory’s historic Flamsteed House houses the elegant Octagon Room, a very rare interior designed by Sir Christopher Wren, originally used for observing the
stars. With soaring ceilings and 360 degree views over London, it is an ideal setting for high-profile corporate dinners and receptions.

The Royal Observatory, Blackheath Avenue, Greenwich, London, SE10 8XJ, 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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Founded in 1675 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, this sophisticated venue provides an inspirational place for any event and is positioned exclusively on top of the hill in Greenwich Park. The Observatory’s historic Flamsteed House houses the elegant Octagon Room, a very rare interior designed by Sir Christopher Wren, originally used for observing the
stars. With soaring ceilings and 360 degree views over London, it is an ideal setting for high-profile corporate dinners and receptions.

The Meridian Courtyard is a superb outdoor entertaining area ideal for evening receptions. Here, guests can enjoy drinks standing on the Prime Meridian of the world, where the eastern and western hemispheres meet.