Trinity House


Trinity House is a Georgian gem located on Tower Hill with rare, direct views of the Tower of London and overlooking Trinity Square Gardens. The working home of the General Lighthouse Authority of England and Wales, Trinity House is custodian to a valuable collection of maritime treasures and artefacts, including the brass bell from the Royal Yacht Britannia. Reserved on an exclusive-use basis, inside the building the available function space comprises five rooms featuring high ceilings, four with tall south-facing sash windows. Capacity ranges from 10 – 130 seated (180 standing) with the two main rooms (The Library and The Court rooms) licensed for civil wedding ceremonies. The venue is a popular one for small – medium sized corporate events and weddings and has been the location for numerous film and television productions including ‘Johnny English’ and ‘The Invisible Woman’.

Upon stepping into the spacious Reception Hall off cobbled paving, it is evident this is a special place.  A distinctive twin-spiral staircase leads up to five elegant banqueting and conference rooms. The Court Room (seating 60) features a unique trompe l’oeil ceiling of maritime hues and themes, several important life-size portraits of English royalty and an imposing single-loom carpet featuring the Trinity House Coat of Arms. The adjoining Luncheon Room (seating 20) provides a useful breakout room or separate event area. The Library (seating 130) is the main function space offering two adjoining break-out rooms, a minstrels’ gallery, stunning chandeliers, three remarkable stained glass windows and a cabinet display of rare silver maritime artefacts.

Convenient transports hubs include the Tower Hill underground station with the Aldgate, Fenchurch and Tower Gateway stations within easy walking distances. London City Airport is six miles or just over a ten-minute drive away. Although not directly visible from Trinity House, the Thames River (and St Katherine’s Dock) is a short walk, as is All Hallows By The Tower, one of the City’s oldest churches to partly survive the Great Fire of London in 1666.

Steeped in maritime history with ongoing royal patronage – the current Master of the Corporation of Trinity House is HRH The Princess Royal – fewer venues offer such a quintessentially English vista in a heritage setting, supported by the highest level of professional event management and supervision. Trinity House is available for hire on an exclusive use basis. 

Contact Details:

Trinity House
Tower Hill
United Kingdom

+44 (0) 20 7481 6900

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