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Barbican Summer Party Conservatory

London EC2Y 8HQ
  • 600
    Maximum Guests

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.

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3,881 reviews
  • Nah Bro
    Nah Bro
    4 weeks ago

    Excellent tour from our guide Oliver. He was funny, knowledgeable and relaxed. I had been here a few times on my own but really benefited from the tour which is reasonably priced. Also got food in the kitchen which was pretty solid.

  • Ruben Dias
    Ruben Dias
    in the last week

    Dystopian and yet so fascinating. Brutalist architecture set to move you to a jungle of concrete and vegetation. Feels miles away from London chaos. A refugee on the city and yet so much to see and do there.

  • Sue Spafford
    Sue Spafford
    a month ago

    Highly recommend the architecture tour. Our host Nathania was awesome and informative providing so much interesting information at a pace and a way that kept my attention throughout. This was my 2nd time and I learn something new each time. So worth doing.

  • Harry K
    Harry K
    4 months ago

    Interesting space. An ode to Cement. Unexpectedly huge. A bit of a labyrinth. Lots of spaces of interest, from art exhibitions to theaters, to play areas to outside spaces, to food courts to coffee shops and not to forget the big conservatory (provided you go on a Sunday or on a Bank holiday). Certainly a place of interest, can easily spend the day in it. Although a bit gloomy with lots of dark colours (could do with some white colour) it is definitely worth a visit.

  • Patryk Kamiński
    Patryk Kamiński
    a month ago

    Went there to listen to one of my favorites musician. I was astounded how big & well designed this place is. Sound quality was extraordinary. Additionally I really recommend to stroll around to see all of the beautiful views. I hope to go there again next time when I will be visiting London.