London Venues you might be surprised you can hire

London is an iconic city to visit and should be on everyone’s bucketlist to see it at least once. I am fortunate to be able to live so close to it but far enough not to be distracted by its business. We all know London like other major cities is an expensive city and for the most part with good reason. When thinking about things to do in London, you could cruise on the Thames and see many sites. Or you could just take some town and explore the city on foot with no expenses. But what if you’re looking to host a party or better yet find a venue affordable for your budget? There are many venues that many people didn’t know can be hired, for the right price.

On the blog I will share which are budget friendly and which are {or you can “go out to town with“} expensive. Whilst some of these might be expensive it does depend on what you want to get out of your venue.

Budget Friendly London Venues 

The Driver, an elegant boutique boasting three floors and a roof terrace to open budget friendly venues. The venue can hold up to a 100 people depending on the chosen space with the roof terrace holding up to 30 people. Depending on which floor you hire, there is a £250+ deposit (info accurate on date of this post). Having read through the reviews The Driver seems like an amazing place to hire for private events such as birthdays.

Whilst the Maker Wharf caters more to businesses small and large, it does have an awesome events hall which is spacious and has high ceilings. The space can be transformed into the event you desire but only offers 60 chairs and 10 tables. Definitely consider this divest venue for your next business conference or even wedding reception.

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Expensive Exceptional London Venues

Now when you want to go all out and find the perfect venue for your next milestone celebration {wedding} then think Ultimate Experience. I think every milestone should be celebrated in style, either go big or go home {I like home too} and live a little. Whilst the weather is not currently pleasant, thinking about summer party venues in london might cheer you up.  I know I love nothing more than attending parties especially summer parties because everything is just perfect.

The Foundling Museum is definitely an exceptional London venue because it offers something different to others. You don’t only get to experience an awesome place in the museum but can also check out the art galleries. It’s a haven for art lovers or those wishing to embrace the philanthropist life of The Foundling Museum.

Which venue or service would you consider hiring?