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Westminster Abbey

Location pin

Westminster Abbey, Deans Yard, London, SW1P 3PA - 

  • Users

    Up to
    500 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Since its founding by Benedictine monks, hospitality has always been at the heart of Westminster Abbey. It has held royal weddings, state occasions, and every coronation since 1066.
With four unique historic venues, Westminster Abbey offers impressive settings for corporate dinners and receptions. Embrace over a 1000 years of history and offer your guests a truly memorable experience with a private guided tour of this extraordinary building.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 500

Dining

Dining

up to 240

Theatre

Theatre

up to 200

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 80

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Disabled access

Disabled access

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Space rules

Cancellation policy

If the Licensee cancels the Event for any reason in advance of the date of the Event the following charges, plus any additional costs incurred will apply: Time Period Fee Payable More than three months before the date of Deposit retained, plus any additional costs the Event incurred Less than three months before the date of 100% of the charge, plus any additional the Event costs incurred

Location

Reviews

  • Anmol Mathur

    July 2024

    Amazing historic place with great architecture. I loved the history with great people like Newton, Darwin, Faraday and Stephen Hawking's remains buried there. We also attended a service there. The staff is very nice at answering questions. Would highly recommend taking the audio tour.

  • buyushay

    June 2024

    Simply breathtaking….. As a Catholic, I have never visited an Anglican church. This place was unbelievable!! So ornate. So much history. Definitely buy your tickets early as it sells out and, spring for the extra ticket to view the Galleries. Well worth it.

  • Brittany Lindsay

    May 2024

    Beautiful place to visit with family. There’s an audio tour for adults and one for kids. For King Henry VIII fans there’s some interesting trivia info even though he’s not buried here. It’s a little tomb like because of how many people are buried inside but it’s beautiful. I recommend taking the extra tour upstairs for 5 pounds more. Pictures are not allowed but the artifacts are spectacular and it’s more like a museum than the mausoleum below.

  • nick orlando

    July 2024

    Definitely a good idea to buy tickets in advance. Unsure about how busy it would be on a weekend, but a Monday afternoon was relatively chill for our experience. No line to enter, there were a decent amount of people inside, but not overwhelming. Didn't realize that there were so many memorials to different people inside. Would love to go again to hear an organ Recital!

  • Valine Lopes

    May 2024

    The Westminster Abbey was an amazing experience. To walk amongst such great history was pure joy. You need to spend at least 1.5 hours here to soak it all in. There's so much history and information. You are given an audio guide when you come in and that really helps. Many monarchs and famous personalities have been buried here. So do take your time and look for them. We were so excited to see The coronation chair . The crowd is well managed. A good tip would be to finish off with the change of guards at Buckingham palace and move onto see the Westminster Abbey. It is at a walkable distance. A must visit place while you are visiting London. Highly recommend.