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London Canal Museum

Features

Car Parking
Church Nearby
Exclusive Use
Small
200 capacity

The feel

In a quiet, secluded central London street only 5 minutes’ walk from King’s Cross station, this beautiful Victorian building has character in abundance. Originally an ice warehouse for imported natural ice, the surroundings of colourful canal exhibits, traditional brickwork and timber roof appeal to all age groups.

There are two floors. The ground floor is idea for receiving guests with a welcome drink, with use of the attractive canalside area. The first floor has a larger clear space and is suitable for eating and dancing. Capacity is 200 for unseated functions, or 120 seated at tables. All catering is external and clients have a free choice of caterer. Caterers normally prepare food in their own kitchens, using our kitchen for final serving. There are modern ladies and gents and disabled persons’ toilets, and excellent access for disabled guests.

The museum is available from 1630 on Saturdays with some preparations possible in the afternoon. There is usually a champagne reception from about 1700 followed by a meal around 1800, and dancing can continue as late as 0100. Arriving by canal boat adds a wonderful romantic dimension to the day, at our own mooring right by the door. Special lighting can be arranged. Our charges are reasonable, and with our long experience we’ll help you plan a perfect event!



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FAQs

Is your venue licensed for ceremonies inside and outside?
We are only licensed for indoor ceremonies.
Is there an exclusive use option?
Yes there is an exclusive use option.
How many people can you accommodate for dining?
Reception 120 seated, 200 unseated.
Are there bedrooms for overnight accommodation?
There are no bedrooms for overnight accommodation.

Location

London Canal Museum
12-13 New Wharf Road
Kings Cross
north london
central london
N1 9RT

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020 7713 0836


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London Canal Museum

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