Experience a slice of the tropics right in the heart of London at the Barbican Conservatory summer venue. Located in the Barbican Centre, this urban oasis is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and the unpredictable British weather. Home to 2,000 species of exotic plants and fish, the Conservatory offers a completely covered, tropical setting for your summer garden party. The venue can accommodate groups of 120-600 guests, making it ideal for both intimate gatherings and large-scale events. Stroll through the indoor rainforest, exploring the tropical stairwells while sipping a chilled glass of Champagne and savoring a selection of delicious Searcys canapes. With its stunning setting and tranquil atmosphere, the Barbican Conservatory is the perfect spot for a garden soiree or a romantic dinner.
The venue’s key features include a dance floor, dedicated event manager, DJ and live band facilities, entertainment license, exclusive use, in-house catering, seated meal facilities, and Wi-Fi. Whether you’re looking to dance the night away or enjoy a seated meal, the Barbican Conservatory has everything you need to make your summer party a success. So why not escape to the Barbican Conservatory this summer and immerse yourself in a world of lush greenery, exotic flora, and tropical fish? You’re sure to create unforgettable memories at this unique and enchanting venue.
Katy Teague10 months ago
Loved the show!!! We saw Anything Goes... If you're considering it it's lush, we really enjoyed it. In terms of the venue itself. There are a few levels and the toilet queues were a tad confusing but the actual theatre itself was amazing. The seats are really comfortable and solid. It's air conditioned and I would go there again tomorrow.
Javier Alvarez9 months ago
Nice space in the heart of the City. Worth to visit. Very stylish. Lots of films and videoclips have been recorded in the location, such as the recent one from Harry Styles:As it was. They have multiple gardens, bars, museums, shops, fish ponds and other places to entertain. All is connected by bridges over the streets.
Rod Guzman11 months ago
The Barbican Centre is one of those iconic London sights. Unfortunately, it is starting to look a bit shabby and tired and in need of a good injection of money. I was surprised to see it wasn't as busy as I would have expected it to be. There are restaurants, bars, coffee shops, accessible toilets, accessible entrances, accessible parking facilities, smoking areas, plenty parking, good public transport connections, good variety of events, good atmosphere for kids.
Franziska leitermanna month ago
We booked the Architecture Tour and had a very good time with our tour guide who is a residential himself and was therefore able to provide a lot of insights and showed us around the development. We saw a lot of corners we wouldn't have discovered otherwise. Can only recommend this tour if you're interested in modern architecture.
Maycon Pablo10 months ago
Barbican is a great place for people who appreciate arts and other entertainment. It will always have something interesting going on, and you’ll always find something with free entrance as well. It’s definitely one of my favourites places to go in London. The architecture in the place it’s also super impressive and never fails to please with the aesthetic.