The Queen's House

The Queen’s House is the first classical building in England. Its classical marble floor and vaulted ceiling offer a stunning surrounding for any luxury event. Its opulence and grandeur are simply beautiful and its location in the heart of the grounds of Royal Museums Greenwich makes it perfect for any daytime or evening occasion.

EVENTS AT THE QUEEN’S HOUSE

This former royal residence was designed as a place of pleasure and celebration and is set against the leafy backdrop of Greenwich Park. The beauty of The Great Hall, with its original marble floor, provides a spectacular location for up to 120 people to dine, or in theatre style for presentations.

The venue is an ideal setting for large gala dinners and awards ceremonies, inspiring daytime meetings, epic product launches, or for more intimate settings. With over 10,000 sqm of spacious grounds, the Royal Museums Greenwich lawns also provide the opportunity to host large scale events such as festivals, summer parties, and experiential marketing set-ups.

WHAT PAYNE & GUNTER BRING TO THE QUEEN’S HOUSE

The Queen’s House was designed as a place of celebration; a tradition that continues today, with Payne & Gunter’s traditional English catering complimenting The Queen’s House making it the ideal venue for luxury dining and hospitality.

GETTING TO YOUR EVENT AT THE QUEEN'S HOUSE

Here are the location details to make it easier for you to find The Queen's House, whether you’re coming to take a look around or get the party started:

Address:

The Queen's House, Romney Rd, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF

Transport links:

Conveniently located in Zone 2, The Queen's House is just a short journey from Canary Wharf, the Excel Centre and Central London with excellent connections from DLR, mainline rail stations and river boats.

River:

The most leisurely way to travel to Greenwich is by river. A cruise from Westminster, Embankment or Tower Hill will take 30 minutes. Guests can enjoy a drinks reception on route, while taking in spectacular views of London landmarks.

DLR:

The DLR links Canary Wharf, Tower Gateway, Bank and Custom House for Excel to Cutty Sark and Greenwich DLR stations. Bank to Cutty Sark takes approximately 20 minutes, while Canary Wharf to Cutty Sark is only 9 minutes.

Rail:

There are several direct train services from London Bridge to Greenwich Station and Maze Hill, which take between 10 and 20 minutes.

Car:

Most venues have coach drop-off locations. There are limited car parking spaces at the Museum that can be requested pre-event, as well as several public car parks.

Website:

www.rmg.co.uk/queens-house