About the venue
Armourers' Hall, Grade II-listed building and ancient monument, located in the heart of the City of London, seconds away from Moorgate and a short walk from Bank Station.
Armourers’ Hall is exclusively available for ceremonies and receptions, civil marriages and civil partnerships, offering an unforgettable and versatile suite of rooms; The Livery Hall, Gold Drawing Room, Court Room and Library
The Gold Drawing Room is beautifully proportioned and richly decorated. It is dominated by magnificent paintings including those of Sir Henry Lee, Champion of Queen Elizabeth I, and his mistress, Anne Vavasour, perhaps the most infamous femme fatale of the period. These last two flank Sir Henry’s third suit of field armour, a masterpiece of the Armourer’s craft and a work of art in its own right.The room’s enormous windows bathe it in natural light during the day. By night it is illuminated by two astonishing 19th Century chandeliers.
The Livery Hall is, without doubt, one of the most breath-taking spaces in London boasting an astonishing number of unique features and treasures, housed under the stunning Gothic barrel-vaulted ceiling with its stained-glass windows and hanging brass candelabra.
The latter have been in constant use since the 1750’s and, together with the silver Men-at-Arms table candelabra, make Armourers’ Hall one of the only two Livery Halls where guests dine by candle light.
Whatever the occasion, our expert team of professionals will be delighted to talk you through the most suitable options for your special event either on the telephone, or when you visit us for a personal show-around. Please call 0207374 4000.