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Barbican Conservatory Christmas Party Venue

London,EC2Y 8HQ
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Barbican Centre City of London Christmas Party Venue

This festive season, invite your guests to a one-of-a-kind Christmas party at the Barbican, Europe’s largest multi-arts centre and London’s largest indoor conservatory. Known for its iconic brutalist architecture and internationally renowned status, the Barbican offers stunning spaces and a unique location for your celebrations.

Experience a Unique and Unforgettable Christmas Party at the Barbican

The Garden Room is an ideal setting for your festive event, accommodating up to 300 people for a reception. When combined with the Conservatory and Conservatory Terrace, the space can host up to 650 people for parties and events, making it one of the world’s most unusual and flexible networking spaces.

The Barbican’s Conservatory & Garden Room is a hidden gem within the enormous Barbican Centre. Home to over 2,000 species of tropical plants and exotic fish, this rooftop conservatory provides a breathtaking backdrop for your Christmas party. The Conservatory Terrace overlooks the treetops, while the Garden Room on level three offers a more contemporary space with stunning views across the City of London.

In this lush, tropical oasis, your guests will feel as if they’ve stepped into the great outdoors, despite the chilly temperatures outside. The verdant foliage creates a serene atmosphere that transports you far away from the bustling city centre. This beautiful space is perfect for festive celebrations, accommodating groups ranging from 150 to over 650 for large corporate events.

The Barbican’s talented team of chefs is ready to create the perfect menu for your Christmas party, whether you prefer a standing reception with canapes or a sit-down dinner and dance. The standing reception package includes three hours of unlimited beer, soft drinks, wine, a welcome cocktail, finger food, a chef’s theatre station, and a DJ. Dinner and dance packages feature one hour of unlimited drinks, half a bottle of house wine per person, a three-course banqueting menu, and a DJ.

With a comprehensive drinks list and a dedicated events team to tailor your celebration, the Barbican ensures your Christmas party will be a memorable and enchanting experience. Don’t miss this opportunity to host your festive event in one of London’s most extraordinary venues.




Google Reviews

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  • Paul Kungurtsev
    Paul Kungurtsev
    a week ago

    Nice little garden in the city. You won't need much time here, and there were no Caffè, so no options to grab a tea or chill with a cup of coffee. There are some cozy spots to sit tho. Are are few ponds with carps and turtles, and it's free so nothing to complain about. They also do 50 show up entries every hour, so if you didn't book it in advance- you can still get inside on the day, depending on how busy it is. Time wise 20 min will be more than enough if you are just having a stroll.

  • Lorena Oberg (Lorena Oberg Skincare)

    I was impressed at the size of the conservatory as well as the variety of plants. Getting in is a nightmare because they have very limited days that it's open. Last year it was closed for MONTHS! I live locally and it was not easy Getting tickets. You need to book ahead of time. They do take in walk ins but there's a long queue whilst ticket holders just walk in. Make sure to check opening times on their website. Well worth seeing.

  • R B
    R B
    a month ago

    Nice space, great variety of plants. Such an interestingly visual place. Tickets are free if you prebooked. Would recommend a visit. There was an art installation when we visited, which added to the walk around the conservatory.

  • Adina Borcan
    Adina Borcan
    3 weeks ago

    Very nice atmosphere and many beautiful plants. Is the perfect place for the art created by Ranjani. We missed some ambience music, as we expected from the description. Also, some plants need watering or removal if they are dead. If you visit in the evening the atmosphere is somehow magical but if you want to better see the plants then you better go during the day.

  • Dennis David Rudinas

    Full Review: Available @davidtriesitall on all social medias Barbican Conservatory houses numerous lush greeneries and is now the home of Indian sculptor Ranjani Shettar's installation ‘Cloud songs on the horizon' This tropical oasis hosts several handcrafted sculptures that makes you feel like you are in an alternate whismisical reality. Everything was so dreamy especially when the sun sets and as the sculptural pieces are illuminated with a warm and comforting glow. The artist behind this installation encourages viewers to bask in the ambiance of this otherworldly space by smelling the flowers and viewing the sculptures from different angles to appreciate their beauty. They also have a bar and snack area in the middle of all of these jungle lushness which you can get some drinks and snacks whilst you explore. They also have a lot of seating and intimate nooks throughout the space which is perfect for just sitting and enjoying all of its glory. Honestly I would highly recommend visit this installation especially with loved ones and friends. This installation will run until July 2024 Location: Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS Nearest Tube Station: Barbican, St Paul’s, Farringdon and Moorgate Price - FREE Requirements - Book a free ticket to get into this exhibition. Anyways catch you on the next one ♥️ #davidtriesitall #cloudsongsonthehorizon #barbicanconservatory #ranjanishettar #freethingstodo Free things to do in London Cloud Song on the Horizon Barbican Centre Barbican Conservatory Ranjani Shettar Installation London Free things to do in London London Explore