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Spaces at the Museum of the Home

We have a range of indoor and outdoor spaces available, from classic to contemporary and with capacities ranging from 20 to 200.

About the Museum

The Museum of the Home is the place to discover and celebrate, reveal and rethink home together.

As a charity all profits from venue hire go towards supporting the Museum and keeping it free and accessible for all.

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Where we are

Situated on the edge of central London, our 300 year-old Georgian almshouses are surrounded by the vibrant east London streets of Hoxton and Shoreditch.

Ceremony and reception options

We have a range of spaces perfect for your big day, including lawns and gardens, and heritage and contemporary spaces.

You can hire multiple areas for your wedding making it ideal for different parts of the day, as well as for those all-important wedding photos.

Why not host an intimate ceremony in our Pavilion, followed by drinks in the Herb Garden and dinner in the Garden Atrium?

Availability and booking

The Museum is licensed to hold wedding ceremonies for the first time this year, so our diary is delightfully free!

Get in touch to secure a date and be one of the first to tie the knot at one of east London's most historic venues.

Contact the team: hires@museumofthehome.org.uk

Read the full Museum wedding brochure

Spaces

We have a range of spaces available for your special day: view a selection below or see all spaces available for hire at the Museum.

Garden Atrium

A long table dressed for a wedding with flowers

What to expect

  • A bright and airy room with a panoramic view of the Gardens Through Time
  • A reception space well suited to dinners and larger receptions
  • Exclusive private access to the galleries, with a dedicated tour guide for your guests
  • Up to 250 guests
  • Available all day Monday and after 6pm Tuesday to Sunday

Georgian Suite

A blue kitchen with white and black checkerboard floor The Plain English Kitchen’ donated by Plain English

What to expect

  • A set of rooms with historic, stylish interiors and garden access
  • Full working kitchen
  • Private entrances onto the Museum's lawns
  • Up to 60 guests
  • Available seven days a week

Studio

A group of people standing in a room with wooden floors, white walls and large windows

What to expect

  • A modern space with wooden floors and an abundance of natural light
  • In-built audiovisual facilities and concertina doors to partition the room
  • Private access to the Gardens Through Time
  • Up to 200 guests
  • Available seven days a week

Pavilion

A view across a knot garden of a one-storey building

What to expect

  • A light and flexible space
  • High-spec technologies including projector and black out screens
  • Access to the Herb Garden
  • Up to 100 guests
  • Available seven days a week

 

Undercroft

A room with white walls and vaulted brick ceilings

What to expect

  • Part of the 300 year-old almshouses
  • A recently modernised historic space, ideal for intimate dinners and events
  • Vaulted ceilings and soft lighting
  • Access to the Gardens Through Time
  • Up to 30 guests 
  • Available all day Monday and after 6pm Tuesday to Sunday

 

Chapel

A view of a historic chapel

What to expect

  • A beautiful, historic space complete with high ceilings and original features
  • Access to part of the Rooms through Time
  • Access to the Reading Lounge
  • Use for both religious and secular events 
  • Up to 40 guests
  • Available all day Monday and after 6pm Tuesday to Sunday

Kingsland Lawns

A brick building surrounded by London plane trees

What to expect

  • A large green space in a central location
  • Situated on the edge of Zone 1, with excellent transport links and a bustling local community of professionals and residents 
  • Perfect for experiential or brand-building public events such as festivals, markets and product launches
  • Up to 800 guests
  • Available all day Monday and 5-9.30pm Thursday to Saturday

Gardens Through Time

A large brick building set behind green gardens

What to expect

  • A refreshing green space in a vibrant east London location
  • Our Gardens Through Time show how city gardens have developed over the centuries. Find out more about the Gardens
  • Up to 300 guests
  • Available all day Monday and 5-9.30pm Thursday to Saturday

Enquiries

Find out more about hosting an event at the Museum of the Home