London's temple venues are the proud inheritance of a great English legacy and culture that's popular amongst venue seekers who love the unique and rich history the Temples are associated with.
Most of temple venues in central London are suited for meetings because of their proximity and ease of access; in or out. Although London has many more historic buildings and venues, there are some of the top temple venues that are unique and highly valued: Middle Temple.
Since staging Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' in 1602, Middle Temple, London, EC4Y 9AT opens its majestic doors for public and private events up to this day. The Middle Temple Hall built in 1560 is a monumental venue in London that manages to cater for any event from formal balls, banquets, wedding receptions, meetings and conferences. It is located by the Victoria Embankment, overlooks River Thames and the Royal National Museum on the other side of the river.
Two Temple: The Two Temple Place, London WC1E 7BT was Viscount Astor's residence and estate office; it is presently under the Bulldog Trust. Built in 1870, it is an architectural masterpiece, it overlooks River Thames from central London and it is a great location to hold various events.
Inner Temple: The Inner Temple (London EC4Y 7HL) is a magnificent and grandiose venue available for hire, located in the heart of London and it is between Fleet Street and River Thames. Weddings, formal balls, banquets, meetings and conferences are held here with the help of the Temple's professional staff. Its main hall is a Georgian style Hall able to accommodate 250 persons and there are four smaller meeting rooms able to accommodate about 120 persons each.
The significance of holding your meetings or events in such historical venues is evident in itself and London seems to be opening more such doors for more people to experience it.