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HMS Belfast Christmas Party Venue in London

Celebrate your Christmas party in style on board the historic and unique HMS Belfast. This inspirational and memorable venue is steeped in history and heritage, offering panoramic views of London overlooking the Thames River, with sights of The Tower of London, the Gherkin, and Tower Bridge.

Your HMS Belfast Christmas party package includes exclusive room or deck hire, a prosecco reception, canapés, and an hour of unlimited drinks. With authentic rooms available for meetings and events, HMS Belfast combines stunning views and superb food, creating a truly one-of-a-kind event.

Evening receptions can be held on the impressive Quarterdeck during the summer months, offering spectacular views of London at night. The Morgan Giles Room and Admiral’s Quarters are also available for private hire, each with their individual characteristics. The Ship’s Company Dining Hall, Ward & Ante Rooms, and the Quarter Deck provide various capacities and setups for your event needs.

Whichever room you decide upon, you and your guests can indulge in the unique history that HMS Belfast has to offer. To enhance your event, book a private tour with one of the Ship’s Company. The Yeomen have unparalleled knowledge of HMS Belfast, and guests on the tour will hear the unique stories of sailors’ experiences during the Arctic Convoys, D-Day, and the United Nations forces in Korea from 1950 to 1952.

Make your Christmas party unforgettable by hosting it on the majestic HMS Belfast, a venue that offers incredible views, atmosphere, and location for your special celebration.




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11,626 reviews
  • Lucas Kovács
    Lucas Kovács
    a week ago

    Truly remarkable. A combination of enough free time and a london pass in your power will take you to places that you would never know you would visit. So I did, and there was no regret. This was simple an incredible visit, you walk through the ship decks as they represent how it was to work and live in it. Seeing from the kitchen, dormitories, workshops, armoury, engine room, control room, even a jail. And it is not that crowded, which adds a few extra points to this place.

  • Laszlo Sifter
    Laszlo Sifter
    a month ago

    Amazing experience for families and history lovers. Engaging games that tests your ability to navigate the ship. Interesting facts with breathtaking visuals. You can climb up goes in see almost all part of the HMS Belfast and it’s mesmerising character. History lovers you shouldn’t miss this. I highly recommend the visit.

  • Simon Giles
    Simon Giles
    a month ago

    I had waited a few years to get the chance to visit this historic vessel and it was worth it. After checking in with the friendly ticket desk staff we were offered an audio tour and then directed to the ship. Once on board we were greeted by one of the many volunteer guides who told you a little about the ship and how to get the best experience. Navigating the ship was a challenge for some due to its fairly steep ladders or steps between each floor but it was enjoyable to see the children enthralled at the adventure. The on board cafe took a little while but we were able to sit out on deck and enjoy a breather. Throughout the ship, many areas showed audio or film regarding each of its roles and duties. Well worth the visit and please be advised that it’s cheaper to become members and then book as this saves a lot of money. Above the ticket office is a small bar. This was a great vantage point to see the Tower Bridge being raised and lowered. Timings are published on the Tower Bridge website.

  • BR W.
    BR W.
    3 weeks ago

    Living in London over 10 years never thought of visiting the Ship. Took me children there and we loved it. Nice staffs and facilities. It’s difficult and dangerous to go up and down the steep stairs but fun. We enjoyed our visit, lots of things to explore. The cafe on roof is great. Highly recommended.

  • Grease Monkey
    Grease Monkey
    a month ago

    as a Wheelchair user I could get on HMS Belfast quite easily. there is a wheelchair friendly ramp from the entrance shop to the ship, and a little "but slow" lift to get on the the ship. from there I could find my way around deck 2 quite easily, and a lift up to deck 1 and the cafe' and the two gun turrets up on the front of the ship. getting in the cafe' was very tight but in a wheelchair is doable. Deck 1 has had a lot of changes over her life time, so there are a lot of lumps and bumps on the deck. but they are passable. There are toilets on deck 2 and a disabled toilet, that is quite a nice size and easy to manoeuvre in. But you will need a staff member as the door it unusual. and there are plenty of lovely staff members around, that are extremely Knowledgeable and very helpful. I had a fantastic time, when I went there I found a lovey Gentleman called Paul who had sailed on HMS Belfast, we chatted for quite a while, as he told me about all his history with the ship. I totally recommend a visit to HMS Belfast.