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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

1,523 reviews
  • Beau
    in the last week

    Wow! Somerset House is a beautiful building, it’s well kept and a lovely environment. I came to visit the cute exhibition here and I really enjoyed it, the hello kitty cafe is ADORABLE and the food was so yummy. The actual exhibition was very interesting and was decorated really well, I definitely felt like it was worth the cost and it was an enjoyable experience! Can recommend! Also no wait but get there early

  • Kayessie
    a week ago

    We went to see the CUTE exhibition as an avid Hello Kitty fan I was quite excited to see it. Yes it was definitely quite interesting and made me for back to my childhood especially it was the time of the rise of “cute” era. However I the Hello Kitty part was only a small part of the exhibit hence I was a tad disappointed but still enjoyed the experience. For the price the exhibition it was quite small and not a lot to see. What’s nice is we were able to go back in a few times to go around it. I do love that they have an online guide, where you scan the QR code and see some explanations in your phone browser. The shop at the end of the exhibit was underwhelming and quite pricey too. It’s generally well organised and staff were helpful.

  • Jenny Sun
    Jenny Sun
    in the last week

    Walking into the exhibition, we were immediately welcomed by a captivating gallery of AI-generated, fluffy white cats, setting a whimsical tone right from the start. The exhibition, with its multiple rooms, drew heavily on the Japanese kawaii aesthetic. The centerpiece of the experience was the Hello Kitty room, which contained a huge wall of Hello Kitty plushies. Central to this room was a Hello Kitty neon light arch, creating a vibrant focal point that was both enchanting and Instagram-worthy. However, the exhibition wasn't without its shortcomings. A minor letdown was the arcade room, where most of arcade machines were not working, serving merely as decoration rather than interactive entertainment. This was a missed opportunity to add an engaging, nostalgic element to the overall experience. Additionally, we opted not to stand in the lengthy queue at the cafe, despite it being the one thing we looked forward to. This decision left us slightly regretful, wondering what unique offerings we might have missed. Despite these minor drawbacks, the experience was really fun and endearing. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a quirky and cute outing, especially if you're planning to go with friends and don't mind spending a bit for a unique experience. Also they have a cute shop at the end of the exhibition so be prepared to empty your wallets if you’re weak to cute stuff!

  • Georgia Newman
    Georgia Newman
    3 weeks ago

    We visited on Saturday lunchtime to visit the CUTE exhibition in the south wing. The courtyard is beautiful, there's an installation with Bamboo plants which is peaceful to sit within. The Cute exhibition was really good, interesting for all.

  • Julia Tolley
    Julia Tolley
    a week ago

    Cute exhibition- a very fun and surprisingly educational experience! I thought this would be all fluffy kittens but actually there is tons to learn about subversive cute culture, feminism, punk, underground art and more. Really recommend, maybe book tickets in advance.