Located in the heart of London, we are a grade II listed multi-purpose event and conference venue, hosting over 800 events a year.
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0845 688 4410
Church House Westminster
London SW1P 3NZ, United Kingdom
19 ROOMS WITH CHARACTER
The 19 rooms are full of character and range from the large and impressive to the small and intimate. The flexible event spaces can accommodate up to 664 guests in a single space and can be adapted to fit all event requirements.
With beautiful oak panelling, fair-faced stone and feature windows, Church House is a perfect blend of character and modern functionality. Almost all our 19 air-conditioned spaces benefit from natural daylight and can accommodate a wide range of corporate and private events.
The venue has a number of break out spaces which complement our main Assembly Hall and other larger rooms.
A PRIME CENTRAL LONDON LOCATION
One of the capital’s true hidden gems, Church House Westminster is set within Dean’s Yard and offers a peaceful and green setting along with stunning views of Westminster Abbey whilst being only a few minutes’ walk from Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament and St James’s Park.
Church House Westminster is served by excellent transport links and are within easy walking distance of both Westminster and St James’s Park underground stations, Victoria, Waterloo and Charing Cross mainline train stations.
AN AWARD-WINNING TEAM OF EVENT PROFESSIONALS
Customer service is at the heart of everything we do and our award winning events, catering, AV and porter teams will look after every part of your event to ensure that everything runs seamlessly. Our recent awards include; AIM Gold, BDRC Venue Verdict Gold Standard and AV Award’s Best In-House Team Finalist 2015.
The original Church House was founded in 1887 and built to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
The current building was designed by the renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker, and the foundation stone was laid by Her Majesty, Queen Mary on 26 June 1937. It took until 1940 to complete and was officially opened by His Majesty, King George Vl, on 10 June 1940.
In 1945 the first meetings of the United Nations Preparatory Commission and Security Council were held in the Hoare Memorial Hall. The building was granted Grade II listed status in 1988 with the present Conference Centre opening officially on 19 November 1990. In 2006 the Conference Centre underwent a major refurbishment with the reconfiguration of the large Assembly Hall to a more flexible event space seating up to 664 for a conference or 372 for a seated dinner.