The Great Hall
Opened by Queen Victoria in 1845, this fine Hall complete with Minstrels’ Gallery, striking fresco and ceiling of beautifully worked oak is described as one of the most impressive surviving buildings of its kind in London.
By day the Great Hall operates as a dining hall for barrister members of the Inn. By evening this historic Hall transforms into the perfect setting for grand dinners for up to 250 guests or elegant receptions for up to 450 guests.
This building also boasts our adjoining Bench Rooms and an east facing terrace with views of our private gardens, perfect for an arrival reception.
- Theatre 300
- Reception 450
- Dinner 250
- Dinner/Dance 200
- Natural Light
- Built-in PA
- 3 Phase Power
- Manned CCloakroom
Basic Floor Plan of Great Hall & Bench Rooms
Theatre style in Great Hall: Lectern on dais, 300 guests theatre style
15 rows seating 20 guests per row, split with a central aisle
Dinner in the Great Hall: 19 tables seating 12 guests each, Double-sided top table seating 22 guests on dais
Conferences & Meetings
From smaller boardroom style meetings to large scale multi-session conferences, Lincoln’s Inn provides a wide range of venues within our versatile portfolio of historic and modern spaces.
Our stunning venues can effortlessly accommodate drinks and canapé receptions, networking events or private celebrations, providing stunning backdrops whatever the occasion.
Lunches & Dinners
As a historic venue which has hosted many fine dining events over the centuries, Lincoln’s Inn offers the perfect surroundings for your lunch or dinner, whether it is an intimate private meal or a large formal banquet.
Awards & Ceremonies
Celebrate in style at Lincoln’s Inn. The grand Halls or stylish Lecture Theatre provide prime venues for your awards event, graduation or ceremony. You may also choose to round the event off with a simple reception or a lavish dinner.
Our wide range of venues across our historic and contemporary buildings makes Lincoln’s Inn an inspired choice for large scale events such as product launches, exhibitions or fairs.