The V&A Museum

The world's leading museum of art and design

The Victoria and Albert Museum (the V&A Museum) has gained a reputation as the world’s greatest museum of art and design. Founded by Henry Cole in the 1850s, the museum was intended not just to house exhibits but to be an exhibit in itself, a built example of the best design. The V&A’s magnificent South Kensington building is a unique gem of Victorian architecture, a treasure house with collections of fabulous scope and diversity.

Available for corporate and private hire, this highly acclaimed museum of art and design has a fantastic range of stunning spaces. From the entrance dome with its stunning Chihuly glass sculpture to the atmospheric Raphael Gallery to the elegant outdoor garden, the V&A can provide a dramatic and beautiful backdrop for any event. The Museum boasts extraordinary spaces offering exceptional possibilities for entertaining in a prestigious central London location.

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Iconic, Atmospheric, Unique

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Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL

Did you know?

When it was established in 1857 the Museum was called the South Kensington Museum. It was renamed the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1899 when Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone of new buildings along Exhibition Road. The South Kensington Museum was the first museum in the world to provide a public restaurant. Today the lavishly decorated, original Victorian refreshment rooms are run by our sister company, Benugo.

The venue
Spaces Standing Seated
  • Dome 600 250
  • Dorothy and Michael Hintze Gallery 250 100
  • Paul and Jill Ruddock Gallery 250 80
  • Raphael Gallery 400 400
  • Fashion Galleries 300 -
  • John Madejski Garden 600 -
  • Edwin and Susan Davies Paintings Galleries 200 -
  • White Silver Galleries 250 -
  • Gamble Rooms - 140
  • Morris Rooms - 40