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Christmas Parties at Freemasons’ Hall: Unveil an Iconic Christmas Party in the Heart of London

Freemasons’ Hall is an art-deco marvel steeped in history. Christmas parties at Freemasons Hall take place in an iconic and historic setting that is a testament to England’s architectural grandeur. Nestled in the vibrant Covent Garden’s Great Queen Street, it has been hosting events and welcoming visitors since its first Hall was constructed in 1776.

Freemasons Hall Christmas Events Feature:

  • Location: Conveniently located in Covent Garden, an area well-known for its lively atmosphere.
  • Venue spaces: Offers an array of spaces with varying capacities, suitable for any size and style of event.
  • Christmas party package: Customisable packages to meet all your festive party needs.

Versatile Party Spaces for Every Occasion

Christmas parties at Freemasons’ Hall boast a variety of spaces, each bearing its own charm and functionality. The Gallery Suite & Ante Room and the Old Boardroom grace the ground floor. The Gallery Suite, a spacious rectangular room, can accommodate up to 220 attendees, perfect for theatre-style events, standing receptions, or dining. The Ante Room, ideal for refreshments and drinks receptions, and the Old Boardroom, suitable for more intimate meetings or as a breakout room, further complement the ground floor’s offering.

The Hall’s most opulent spaces are on the first floor – the Grand Temple and the Vestibules, which can host parties and receptions for up to 450 standing guests. The Vestibules can also accommodate up to 250 diners, with a separate section for a drinks reception. The adjoining Processional Corridor and Grand Officers’ Robing Room add to the venue’s grandeur and versatility, offering combined capacity for up to 850 guests.

Grand Temple: The Heart of Freemasons’ Hall

Behold the Grand Temple, Freemasons’ Hall’s largest and most magnificent space. This grand setting offers fixed theatre-style seating for up to 1,625 guests, or 928 if only the lower-level seating is used. This layout suits smaller audiences of 350 – 400 exceptionally well, with self-contained conferencing facilities available in combination with the Vestibules and the Past Grand Officers’ Robing Room. Additionally, the Grand Temple’s seating can be staged over – fully or in part – to provide flat floored spaces for dining, standing receptions, or dancing, with a maximum capacity of 1,138 if fully staged over.

Christmas Party Packages at Freemasons’ Hall

Experience an unforgettable Christmas party in the heart of Covent Garden at Freemasons’ Hall. Immerse yourself in our stunning re-creation of the Venetian carnival, a whirl of decadence, drama, and delight. Your guests will be welcomed with a sparkling arrival drink, followed by choice of delectable food options and an all-inclusive house drinks package.

Upgrade options are available to elevate your festive celebration, including delicious canapés, spirit packages, engaging magicians, a lively four-piece band, and sensational entertainment acts. With our talented DJ setting the right mood, an astonishing Christmas party at Freemasons Hall awaits you.

Freemasons’ Hall, with its historical charm, flexible spaces, and impressive party packages, sets the stage for a unique and memorable Christmas party. Amid the extravagance and glamour of this landmark building, you and your guests are promised an exceptional celebration.




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  • Ian Hooker
    Ian Hooker
    a month ago

    Beautiful Art Deco building, built as a memorial to the fallen in the First World War. The museum has a number of very interesting artifacts, but take the tour to get the most out of it. The Grand Lodge room and the rooms leading to it are very impressive. There’s a shop as well, which is strong for books on freemasonry.

  • Val Balbonni
    Val Balbonni
    a month ago

    An art deco masterpiece just 5 minutes walk from Holborn station. Open to the public. Visit the Freemason Museum (free) and relax with a coffee in the cafe. Even better, book a tour. Fantastic architecture. Friendly staff. You won’t be disappointed. Recommended.

  • D “Sparrow Hawke” A

    The Freemason muesum Is a nice place to visit the nearest tube station 🚉 Covent Garden roads nearby Druy Lane & Long Acre I chose to visit on a Saturday, no waiting time, but I did manage to arrive a little early before the museum open. No problem I direct to the coffee tea area, by reception security, which had bar The wasn't open as it was 10am any check the time table to find out what's open You can look around the museum and take photos of the library area The Kent room You could look into the room but was able to get in, so you had to look at it from behind a barrier You are encouraged to buy user guides, which explains what you are viewing the bonus perk is you get to go into the grand hall It cost £5 for the add extra to be fair getting the guide was worth the money if not for you no problem but you won't be able to enter into the hall you are give a pass where touch to gain entry The hall is quite spectacular to view I did notice some people Didn't have a user guide And still got in to be fair. I wasn't bothered as it's nice to be guided to explain what you are viewing It took me two hours to look around as I enjoyed taking photos Most people it should take 1 or 45 minutes depending on how you view the muesum I would recommend that it's a free place to look around. Please check what's at the Freemason muesum & Hall

  • Trisha McConnell
    Trisha McConnell
    a month ago

    This building is absolutely stunning! The Black Cab Tours dropped us off outside on the way back to our hotel and we had a fantastic time. The museum was fascinating and I was so surprised at the history. Great wee cafe too. Lovely staff. Something very different and unusual but well worth it.

  • Mateusz Dwornikowski
    Mateusz Dwornikowski
    2 months ago

    Freemasons' Hall stands as a truly impressive architectural marvel in Covent Garden, its massive tower dominating the skyline among neighboring structures. The intricate design and fascinating historical significance woven into its walls make it a must-see destination for anyone visiting London. A visit to Freemasons' Hall promises a blend of architectural splendor and rich historical exploration, making it a highlight of any London itinerary.