A free exhibition each year runs, approximately, from January to April and is a fantastic way to see such a beautiful attraction in the area.
Formerly known as Astor House, built by John Loughborough Pearson for William Waldorf Astor, in 1895. One of many assets in the Northbank with historical ties to America.
Random literary characters embellish the rooms where Othello meets Pocahontas and the Three Musketeers. It’s all fabulous stained glass, scented cedar panelling, gilt and bronze with marble, jasper, porphyry and onyx floors.Minimal White Cube this is not, and during exhibitions, discovering the extravagance will cost you nothing. If you prefer your events more exclusive, the house is available for private hire all year round and is the ideal venue for a sumptuous reception or atmospheric dinner or conference, with all proceeds to the charity, the Bulldog Trust, that owns it.
Opening Times: Please see the website for more details, only open to the public during public exhibitions
Two Temple Place is available for exclusive hire for a range of events. The team encourages guests to explore the house and discover it’s many hidden treasures in what could be your home for the day.
The event’s team here is made up of experts in delivering stunning events, with the support of a wonderful supplier list; from caterers to production they are well set up to produce events from conferences to corporate dinners.
Whether you want to create an intimate wedding ceremony and dinner for 20 in the Library, a dinner for 120 guests in The Great Hall, or a standing reception using the whole house for 350 people, the team will work with you every step of the way to ensure the house delivers.