Watermen's Hall

Venue Info

Watermen’s Hall

Designed by William Blackburn, Watermen’s Hall was built in the 1780’s and is the only original Georgian Hall in the City of London. Contact.

In 1983, the Hall was extended to include a larger dining and meeting facility – The Freemen’s Room, which blends in perfectly well with the intimate atmosphere of the rest of the Hall. Contact.

Perfect for conferences and banquet luncheon or dinners, Waterman Hall is also perfect for hosting reception dinners, meetings or for fine dining. Contact.

The Hall is centrally located in the heart of the City with easy access to London Bridge, Cannon Street or Liverpool Street main line stations. Contact.

By tube, it is situated just around the corner from Monument with both Tower Hill and Bank just a short walk away. Contact.

The Parlour Room


Seated (T/T + sprigs) 10
Seated (on rounds) N/A

Reception 20

Boardroom 10

Cabaret ( 7 per round) N/A

The Silver Room


Seated (T/T + sprigs) N/A
Seated (on rounds) 16

Reception – 20

Classroom – 10

Theatre – 20

Boardroom – 14

Cabaret ( 7 per round)N/A

The Freemen’s Room


Seated (T/T + sprigs) 73
Seated (on rounds) 55 to 65

Reception 100

Classroom 45 – 60**

Theatre 70

Boardroom 30

Boardroom dinner table 33 max

Cabaret ( 7 per round) 42

U Shape 31

** Classroom style with narrow tables

(there is a hire charge for these tables)

The Court Room


Seated (T/T + sprigs) 37
Seated (on rounds) 32

Reception 70

Classroom 18 – 25**

Theatre 40

Boardroom 37

Cabaret ( 7 per round) 28

U Shape 18

** Classroom style with narrow tables

(there is is a hire charge for these tables)

Watermens Hall

16-18 St Mary-At-Hill