Science Gallery at King’s College London – An inspiring New Venue at London Bridge

Science Gallery at King’s College London is where art and science collide. The venue will blend new versatile public and private hire space to create dynamic exhibitions, events and performances combined with opportunities to host inspirational meetings, presentations and parties. Science Gallery London is located in the heart of the buzzing London Bridge area.

The scope of opportunities provided by Science Gallery London can vary from simple, catered board meetings to product launches and glittering outdoor events in the architecturally remodeled Guy’s Courtyard. Science Gallery London will even offer a stylish new opportunity for London’s most creative society wedding celebrations.

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Spanning three floors, the Gallery offers a place to meet, connect, participate and be inspired by a variety of spaces hosting from 20 to 500 guests. The spectacular lecture theatre with its state-of-the-art tech offering, will put any key speaker centre-stage.  The ground floor’s dynamic design offers opportunities for every kind of event including banqueting for up to 120 guests.  The first-floor gallery is the perfect setting for an elegant cocktail reception. The Studio, also located on the first floor, offers a more intimate private dining space for up to 80 and a balcony with spectacular views of The Shard.  The reimagined Guy’s Courtyard will provide a memorable alfresco event space for up to 500 people.

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Chelsey Kendall, venue and event manager for Science Gallery London said; “We believe Science Gallery London will be an exhilarating and market-leading new venue, supporting and supplementing London’s thriving local business community, as well as a new magnet for international corporations looking to showcase their businesses in the world’s leading financial centre.”

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