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Dressed to impress

September 3, 2014



Science Museum Located in South Kensington, the Science Museum (below) is host to a variety of spaces for corporate events. One of the most interesting rooms is the Energy Hall, whose centrepiece is the 1903 Harle Syke Mill engine, which can be operational during events. The colour-changing roof can be set to match a company's branding and the eight-metre-high Energy Ring can display a welcome message for guests.


ZSL London Zoo For an interesting change of scenery, London Zoo offers a range of suites and meeting rooms that overlook animals' habitats. Its 5,000 species will always create a talking point, and guests can even meet the creatures themselves with exclusive demonstrations and up-close experiences. There's also an option to hold social and networking events within seven of the zoo's animal houses, whose occupants range from bugs and rainforest creatures to reptiles and Komodo dragons.


O2 Arena Speakers can grace the same stage occupied by BeyoncÉ, Rihanna, Muse, and other bigname acts at the O2 Arena in North Greenwich. The venue has the capacity for as many as 20,000 guests, although the stage can be brought forward for smaller functions. If your firm's event would suit a smaller space then you'll also find Indigo at The O2, Building Six, the Green Room and more under the same roof.


London Eye Treat guests to a luxurious evening on top of one of the London skyline's most iconic structures at the London Eye. Invite up to 25 people aboard a private capsule and take in the city from the air, or book the Dining at 135 experience for a three-course gourmet meal for up to eight people, including a ten-minute pause at 135 metres for the opportunity to take personal photographs.


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Source: City A.M. (UK)


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