The Museum of London Docklands

Telling the compelling story of London and its story as a port, the Museum of London Docklands offers a range of intriguing event spaces within a 200 year old warehouse, close to the river Thames.

This characterful Museum explores the fascinating history of Roman settlements, through to the development of Canary Wharf and beyond, sharing stories of migration, trade and commerce.

Muscovado Hall provides a warm welcome to guests with its fantastic original features, a built-in bar and stunning views of Canary Wharf from its riverside terrace.

With beautiful pitch pine columns and original shuttered windows, the distinctive Sugar Store is perfect for events with branding or theming for up to 250 guests (or 800 if combined with the Muscovado Hall).

Other spaces include the Quayside Room with its bare brick walls and views of West India Quay, the charming Wilberforce Room offering a 19th century warehouse backdrop combined with state of the art AV facilities and the Boardroom with its spectacular views out to the impressive Canary Wharf skyline.

Galleries at the Museum of London Docklands include the No. 1Warehouse Gallery, where guests may dine amongst the artefacts, unique Sailortown with its immersive representation of Wapping in Victorian times and the Rum Store with its pitch pine columns, glorious views of West India Quay and direct access to the terrace which make it the perfect spot for Summer parties.

Reception capacity – 800

Dinner capacity – 250

To enquire for an event at Museum of London Docklands or the Museum of London please contact our venue specialists Lauren and Mel on:

Lauren – 020 7326 5747 ,

Mel – 0207 7326 5748,

or fill in our enquiry form

For the venue’s own website click here