The Barbican will be re-launching its Conservatory event space at The Meetings Show on stand G22 next month.
The Conservatory is a hidden tropical oasis. Home to exotic fish and 2,000 species of plants and trees, it is the second largest glass house in London, and one of the Barbican’s most popular event spaces.
“The Conservatory is undoubtedly a unique event space in the City of London,” comments Oliver Hargreaves, Deputy Head of Sales at Barbican Business Events. “Its versatility when it comes to events really makes it popular amongst delegates here and by re-launching it at The Meetings Show in July we hope to bring it to a whole new audience that may otherwise not have known about it. If you’re looking for a unique venue in the heart of London then come and see us on stand G22 and learn more about the Conservatory.”
Protected by its glass roof the Conservatory is suitable to be used in any weather conditions and can accommodate up to 100 delegates for a standing fork buffet or 150 guests for a drinks reception. A staircase leads to the terrace which creates a flexible networking space for events overlooking the tropical treetops of the Conservatory. Up to 200 delegates can be accommodated on the terrace for either a drinks reception or private dining.