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Filming and photography

A remarkable historic space that has provided the background for films, fashion shoots and more.

A brick building surrounded by London plane trees

What's available

The Museum of the Home is located in a set of Grade I listed Georgian almshouses, surrounded by verdant gardens and London plane trees.

Our galleries include a series of livings rooms that show the evolution of home life over the past 400 years.

Previous filming

The Museum has featured in television series, films and music videos, including Antiques Roadshow, BBC Newsnight, RocknRolla by Guy Ritchie, Dizzee Rascal, The Proclaimers and BBC Gardeners' World.

Host a film screening or event

Our newly-built Studio and Pavilion spaces can also be hired for film screenings, seating up to 100.

Contact us

Please get in touch for more details of spaces and prices


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

Exterior of a brick building with lush plane trees

The Kingsland Lawns

  • Capacity up to 800
  • A large green space in a central location
A room decorated in bright colours with a large mirror over the fireplace and a table and chair set

The Rooms Through Time

  • Documenting 400 years of home life
  • A range of historical interiors
A chapel with checkered floor and beige walls

The Chapel

  • High ceilings
  • Original features 
Aerial view of a large brick building with green gardens.

Gardens Through Time

  • Documenting the changing nature of city gardens
  • From a Tudor knot garden to a modern green roof


Find out more about hosting your party at the Museum of the Home