Recently my colleague Liz and I went to view some of the wonderful venues in the ITA portfolio, varying from traditional livery halls to London Zoo. We started our day in Canary Wharf at Level 39 and as expected the views were spectacular of London and did you know its Europe’s largest technology accelerator?

Next we went to the Museum of London Docklands. It is a riverside Grade I listed building full of history and would be great for all sorts of meetings! Connected to the museum is ‘Rum and Sugar’ which is ideal for a drinks reception.

After a short hop on the tube, Clothworkers’ Hall was the next stop and this did not disappoint either! Entering the building to a magnificent marble staircase splitting in to two at the top with beautifully decorated high ceilings and grand furnishings this is the perfect venue to impress your guests for a dinner party.

Then it was time to move on to the Little Ship Club, a lovely members club with five meeting spaces with beautiful views over the Thames. Here, we were treated to a delicious lunch after which it was time to move on.

Our next venue was definitely the grandest of the day – Goldsmiths Hall. The perfect venue for a spectacular event to wow your guests, ideal for larger groups.

It was time to head to our penultimate venue, Haberdashers' Hall is an open and bright space with exquisite features and a small outside space. From the entrance you would never guess a livery hall, with a modern twist, was tucked away here. High ceilings and tasteful décor create a perfect space for any event.

We finished the day at London Zoo, one of the most unique venues of the day. If a meeting opposite the kangaroos isn’t what you’re looking for then maybe a drinks reception with the penguins is! Did we mention included in your DDR package is free pass to the zoo for a whole hour?

So thank you very much ITA for giving us a snapshot into their collection of over 40 venues!

If you fancy holding your next meeting at one of these amazing venues, give our team a call now on 01323 644644!

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