The Salters’ Garden is one of London’s hidden gems, with a portion of the London Wall and the surrounding acre-wide preserved gardens giving this stunning space Roman heritage site status.
Designed by the late David Hicks, who was also partly responsible for the interior design of Salters’ Hall, The Garden is available for private hire between the months of April and September.
Not just a perfect space for summer parties and BBQs, Salters’ Garden makes an ideal setting for food and drink receptions, conferences or lectures for up to 300 guests (a full wet weather back up option is also available).
Our different event spaces can be hired exclusively on their own or can all be used together for larger events such as conferences and private celebrations. Please click below to view our floor plan.View floor plan
If you would like to hire The Garden for your next event, then please fill in an enquiry form. Our team will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your requirements in detail.
The Garden isn't the only space that is available to hire at Salters' Hall. The Main Hall, The Dining Room and The Court Room are also available for exclusive hire. These spaces are perfect for private celebrations, food and drink receptions, conferences, weddings and much more.
A smaller and more intimate setting, the Court Room continues the grandiose theme of the Main Hall and is perfect for a corporate event. It provides a similar decadent feel with its rich colours, rosewood panelling and beautiful stained-glass windows.
The Dining Room is an elegant private dining space specifically suited for use as a breakout area as part of a larger event in the Main Hall. The Room is on a mezzanine overlooking the Main Hall and can accommodate up to 20 people at one long boardroom table; a perfect space for Christmas parties.
The Main Hall is a magnificent room and is a perfect hire space for a private party with dinner and dancing and can be used as a wedding venue. It is with fluted ash panels, deep red carpets and ironmongery. The double-height hall features top-to-bottom corner windows and a gallery.