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Somerset House Christmas Party Venue

London,WC2R 1LA
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  • Art Exhibitions, Pop-Ups, 18th Birthday Parties, 21st Birthday Parties, Events With Alcohol, Private Events, Corporate Events
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Somerset House Christmas Party Venue

We are thrilled to announce the return of our popular Christmas Party Package at Somerset House in 2023, providing the perfect setting for your festive celebrations. This year, our package will be hosted in an exciting new location on site – the Lancaster and River Rooms – perfect for both returning guests and those experiencing our iconic venue for the first time.

Lancaster and River Rooms Christmas Party Venue

The Lancaster and River Rooms are a unique and versatile suite of spaces situated in the New Wing of Somerset House. These rooms boast a combination of raw grandeur and contemporary flair, featuring dramatic pillars, original fireplaces, high ceilings, and stunning views over the Thames. The venue has its own private entrance, complete with a grand staircase and a small outdoor area, offering enormous potential for unforgettable Christmas parties in London.

Christmas Party Package at Somerset House

Located in the heart of London, our Somerset House Christmas Party Package takes care of all your food, drink, and entertainment needs, allowing you to enjoy a hassle-free winter celebration. Our dedicated team will be on hand to ensure your guests have a truly memorable experience.

Somerset House offers amazing inclusive Christmas party packages with a variety of exciting add-ons available. By choosing the Somerset House Christmas Party Package, you can create the ultimate festive celebration in an iconic London venue, making it a night to remember for you and your guests.




Google Reviews

1,410 reviews
  • Jenny Snaps
    Jenny Snaps
    a month ago

    We visited here for the first time ever today! I thought it was free entry as it mentioned this on goggle maps. I informed staff about this and thankfully was given free tickets! Thank you very much! It was an enjoyable day out! The galleries are very quiet when walking around. It felt like a library! Shhhh 🤫🤣 but overall a very clean place that is very highly secured with cameras and security guards! Dun dun dunnnnn 🤣 Lovely fountain ⛲️ area where kids play and get soaking wet at their own free will! 🤣👍🏻 There are also seating areas and a variety of foods bars to choose from near the fountain area. Lastly, staff were helpful and friendly! 👍🏻 Thank you again!

  • Uzo Amaka
    Uzo Amaka
    2 weeks ago

    I visited on a weekend for an exhibition and it’s free entry. On entry I noticed lots of children running around in the water fountain with swimming costumes making the most of a hot day. I also spotted a black owned business pop up on site though only for a limited time. The exhibition was clearly signposted and the staff onsite were very helpful in giving directions. I had a good time at the exhibition- not to crowded and very well manned to provide assistance at every turn. No booking required, you just turn up.

  • Margo Bain
    Margo Bain
    a month ago

    Really enjoyed our visit to Somerset House last weekend. The weather was nice and the kids loved the fountains. We brought food with us and there were benches and tables that could be used for lunch. There were a couple of cafés and shops for all to enjoy.

  • Amal Kazmi
    Amal Kazmi
    a month ago

    Lovely building with a lot of history and a great view of the Thames. The Black Venus exhibition was lovely, but not a lot to do here otherwise (except visit the cafe).

  • Monika Marciniak
    Monika Marciniak
    3 weeks ago

    Somerset house is fully self-funded charity, and it has quite an impressive collection. The tickets without donation are £10 and its well-worth spending even if just to see their impressionists collection. Needless to say, Van Goth's most recognised self-portrait is a must-see! The venue is well signposted and also hosts other seasonal, often free of charge exhibitions. As it's on The Strand, it has plenty of places to have coffee, drink, or lunch after including several cafes in the inner yard and a bar on the riverside of the building. Several activities are organised throughout the year, such as open cinema in summer and ice-skating in winter. Worth researching earlier. Highly recommended to visit. It's also placed a stone throw away from other cultural places such as cultural hub of Southwark Centre with National Theatre, Haywards Gallery and Royal Festival Hall just on the other side of Waterloo Bridge as well as London Eye and Aquarium. Plenty possibilities to go on a stroll alongside Thames after the visit.