Sitting atop the hill at the UNESCO World Heritage site in Greenwich, the Royal Observatory is one of the world's most important scientific locations as the start of Greenwich Mean Time with the Prime Meridian.
The Peter Harrison Planetarium is a modern, versatile venue with contemporary lines and abundant light. Guests are treated to a Planetarium show with each event booking. There are two courtyard areas where guests can enjoy warm summer evenings, while the Astronomy galleries provide a captivating indoor area for pre dinner drinks.
Within the historic Flamsteed House at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, sits the charming Octagon Room, the last surviving interior designed by Sir Christopher Wren. This elegant venue is ideal for high profile corporate dinners and receptions. Guests can enjoy spectacular views across London and gaze at the stars with a private telescope viewing after dinner in the famous Meridian Line courtyard.
Capacity: 60 Seated / 150 Reception
Capacity: 12 Seated