Large-scale paintings by the most celebrated 18th-century portraitists, once displayed in the original Foundling Hospital, provide a powerful backdrop for events in the Picture Gallery. Guests can dine alongside Hogarth’s magnificent painting of the Hospital’s founder, Thomas Coram. Ideal for group dining in London, this unique room can hold up to 100 seated on round tables, or a maximum of 46 on a single table. This space can also hold up to 150 people for a standing drinks reception.
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Based on 1 Person
Posted in March 2018
Venue was good for a group presentation. Staff were friendly and helpful. Not suitable for presentations that require dial in as there are no capabilities for audio conference. The museum was also locked after 5:30pm so it was confusing for latecomers and difficult to find the room.