Victoria and Albert MuseumMax Capacity 400
|Meeting & Event Room Capacities||Reception||Theatre||Boardroom||U Shape||Din/Dance||Cab||Lunch/Dinner|
|The Raphael Gallery||400||400||-||-||400||-||400|
|The John Madejski Garden||700||-||-||-||250||-||250|
|Dorothy & Michael Hintze Sculpture Galleries||250||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Gilbert Bayes Sculpture Gallery||150||-||-||-||70||-||70|
West Brompton 1.1 Miles
Nearest Tube Station
South Kensington 0.2 Miles
- Car Parking
M4 JCT 1 4.6 Miles
London City Airport
Airport 9.6 Miles
Many of our venues have strong relationships with local hotels to provide accommodation for events they host. Our central sales team can also assist with larger group bookings. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
- PA System
- LCD/Data Projector
- Internet Connection Cable
- Back Projection Kit
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OverviewThe Victoria and Albert Museum is based in South Kensington. The Victorian building has many extraordinary rooms and spaces which offer exceptional possibilities for entertaining for evening events in a prestigious central London location. A variety of options are available including evening receptions and dinners with a private view of current exhibitions. Spaces include The Dome, one of London's most elegant and impressive settings for receptions and dinner dances and The Raphael Gallery, which houses some of the most important surviving examples of Renaissance art in the world.
Facilities for daytime meetings and presentations are also available in our newly designed Sackler Centre for Arts Education. The Centre's contemporary and minimalist interior is in contrast to the rest of the Museum.
Opportunities for evening hire are also available at the V&A Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green. It holds the largest collection of toys, dolls, dolls' houses and games in the world.