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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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12,086 reviews
  • Matt Wallace
    Matt Wallace
    2 months ago

    Amazing day trip with the family. Perfect place to go if you any interest in WW2 or Ships. Stunningly preserved and really well presented. Lots to see and do. Very interactive for big and little kids. Lots of atmosphere. Lots of ladders so you need to be fairly agile. Lovely day out. Takes about 2 hours. Nice picnic and cafe facilities. Very highly recommended. A must. PS - Pre booking is needed

  • Mervyn Barber
    Mervyn Barber
    a month ago

    If you like ships, this is for you. I spent 2 hours here. Quite a lot to see. A few tight stairs to climb up and down. Some small places on board. But it's an amazing visit, how big it is and how heavy it must be, and still floats.

  • Iulia Marin
    Iulia Marin
    a month ago

    The reason I give it 4 out of 5 stars, in some parts of the boat signed are not clear where to go and I end up going in circles and missed some of the objectives. On the website I think should mention that you need like 3-4 hours to properly visit it. We entered at 14:30 , and had no time to visit it properly . Apart from that I fully recommend and definitely I will come back to see the missed parts.

  • Mihai D
    Mihai D
    in the last week

    Unique "museum", it was a surprise for me, I've found about it during a river Thames cruise. A very interesting lesson of history and engineering and a rare ocasion to step on a real war ship.

  • David Lewis
    David Lewis
    2 months ago

    Absolutely fantastic time on board HMS Belfast and the staff were awesome. You have to be fairly nimble to get around some parts of the ship but definitely worth seeing it all. Not exactly cheap to get in but you will be there a long time so worth every penny.