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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.




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1,496 reviews
  • Harry K
    Harry K
    in the last week

    A cultural center. A hub for arts. Superb Architecture. Amazing open square. Polite, knowledge staff. A must visit for all people. Easy access from Temple underground stop.

  • Olivia Helene
    Olivia Helene
    a week ago

    Went to the Cute Exhibition and Hello Kitty ARTBOX Cafe pop up. The cafe is extremely busy currently, with waits up to two hours. I went on 12 Feb, Monday, (which it’s usually closed on but it was open on this Monday), and the wait was about only an hour long which I was happy about, since they said it could be up to two hours. The prices of the snacks in the cafe is of course overpriced but this is London and a Hello Kitty pop up, of course it’s going to be. About £7 for a slice of cake. The cafe is more about its cute aesthetic and for the experience of it all, me and my friend went dressed as My Melody and Kuromi, and we had a lot of people ask for photos! The cute exhibition itself was fun, and really entertaining. I am usually a bit bored by museums and exhibitions but I was very interested in this one. It was cute and lived up to its name. It’s quite a short exhibition, and I was particularly a bit disappointed by the gift shop because I always like to get a magnet or pin as a souvenir, but I couldn’t find any souvenirs. (Luckily got a pin from the Hello Kitty cafe though.) They also didn’t list a price on most of their products. I really appreciated the fact that you could buy job seeker tickets to the exhibition for about £5 less than a normal ticket. Overall, I really enjoyed it. Somerset House is a bit of a maze though!

  • Venetia Cattroll
    Venetia Cattroll
    2 weeks ago

    Lovely building had a Historical Tour, nice to find out about Somerset House and all it's history. It lasted an hour, It was very informative, the guide was very good and had lots of knowledge. The forecourt is very impressive very large and has fountains in the summer and ice rink in the winter. We were taken under the forecourt by the guide to see the old graves from churches around the area, that they knocked down to build Somerset House. We were shown the impressive staircases lovely stone staircases especially the Nelson staircase very beautiful looks like their are floating. We were taken under the front of the building near the Thames and saw where the boats and barges used to come in right in to the building as the Thames was much wider then and there wasn't the Embarrassment there, no road and so it used to come right into the building and there is a barge still there underneath to show where the river was, it's on loan from the Maritime museum. We were shown the new wing with lots of new artists work in. It has a few restaurants and cafes in the building. The Courtauld Gallery holds lots of artwork. It used to hold the births deaths and marriages until 1970.

  • Christine L
    Christine L
    a week ago

    Took my sister here for the cute exhibition. She really enjoyed it! Hello kitty pop up cafe probably not worth it.. super long wait. But it's more for the novelty! Go early in the morning if you are keen for it.

  • Andre Lucas Ribeiro

    Beautiful historical building to visit during the day. In the summer and during other seasons, they offer recurrent concerts in the inner patio. The acoustics is surprisingly good. There are several drinking and eating options. The shows are on time and end early, making it easy to work the following day.