Trinity House, the headquarters of the General Lighthouse Authority, has been located in Trinity Square on Tower Hill since 1796. An historic venue, just 50 metres from Tower Hill tube station, it offers a suite of five elegant rooms suitable for civil weddings, luncheons, dinner parties, drinks receptions, board meetings and training courses.
Designed by Samuel Wyatt and built in the late 18thcentury, Trinity House occupies a tranquil spot overlooking Trinity Square and the Tower of London. A superb example of a sweeping Georgian staircase leads you up to the main choice of venues which can comfortably accommodate up to 120 guests in a versatile town house environment.
The attractive suite of rooms is air conditioned and south facing, ensuring plenty of natural daylight. They also feature Royal paintings that give the House its very special maritime atmosphere, including a shipwright’s models, a unique carpet and the Bell from the Royal Yacht Britannia
on site facilitiesWalking, Wedding Licence, Business Centre
off site facilitiesLawns
equipmentVideo, Flipcharts, Lectern, PA System, Photocopier, Fax, Computer Equipment, Sound Equipment, Courier Services, Internet Connection Cable, LCD/Data Projector, Wi-Fi
- 4 Onsite Car parking spaces available at Free Per Day
Trinity House stands in a beautiful setting overlooking the Tower of London. Exiting Tower Hill Underground station onto Trinity Square, Trinity House is directly over the road slightly to your right.
- M11 JCT 4 (7.6 miles)
- M1 JCT 1 (7.7 miles)
- M4 JCT 1 (8.9 miles)
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