Lady Blonde says: “A magnificent Elizabethan Hall available for a spectacular events throughout the year.”
Banqueting Office, Middle Temple Hall, Middle Temple Lane, London EC4Y 9AT
Call 0844 858 0673
The Hall at Middle Temple is one of the finest examples of an Elizabethan hall in the country with a double hammer beam roof carved from the oak of Windsor Forest and an elaborately carved screen made in 1574 and offers a dramatic backdrop for corporate receptions, formal dinners and wedding receptions.
Middle Temple Hall was built between 1562 and 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Great Fire of London and both World Wars. It houses some of the most imposing event space in London available for formal dinners, weddings, meetings, receptions, corporate events, garden parties and outdoor functions.
Middle Temple boasts first class in house caterers with a team who create stylish, imaginative and sumptuous cuisine. The menus are carefully put together to provide organisers with the flexibility to choose courses to suit the palate of their guests.
The team can help advise on wines to complement the cuisine.
10am – Midday and 3pm – 4pm on weekdays.
7am - 1am
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