at The National Army Museum

  • The National Army Museum can host various events from training days to awards ceremonies. More than 23 million pounds has been spent on re-developing the museum creating light and modern spaces and state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring your conference needs are met.


    The link below will take you to the National Army Museum’s page for day delegate packages (for the Foyle Centre and Boardroom only).

    Day Delegate Packages
  • Key Features

    • Wi-Fi
    • Ceiling mounted projectors
    • PA system with ceiling speakers
    • Selection of lectern, hand-held and lapel microphones
    • Wireless microphone receivers
    • Searcys catering
    • Apple TV and Chromecast
    • Whiteboards and flip charts
    • Partition walls
  • Foyle Centre

  • A flexible suite of spaces on the lower ground floor, the Foyle Centre has been carefully designed to accommodate all types of daytime and evening events, including conferences, lectures, training days and workshops. The adjacent Atrium can be used for pre- or post-event drinks.

    50 Classroom
    130 Theatre
    150 Cabaret
    150 Dining
    220 Reception

  • Atrium

  • Arranged across floors and running from the front to the rear of the museum, the Atrium creates a strong visual link between spaces. It is used for receptions and dinners and can accommodate a long, banquet-style table. Used together with the Foyer and Café, the Atrium is an ideal space for a catwalk, dance floor or after-dinner lounge area.

    90 Cabaret
    90 Dining
    150 Reception

  • Foyer

  • The Foyer is available for private events outside museum opening hours, and is used alone or in conjunction with other spaces in the museum. It has direct access to both the Atrium and Cafe. The glazed facade on the east side overlooks Sir Johns Soane’s Grade II listed stables. High ceilings and neutral finishes make this architectural space an ideal backdrop for production and branding.

    150 Cabaret
    150 Dining
    220 Reception

  • Cookhouse Cafe

  • The L-shaped Cafe is split into two sections for events – C1 and C2. C1 overlooks the Atrium and Foyer and is used in conjunction with these spaces for larger events. C2 is a stand-alone space, connecting directly with the museum’s main entrance. The Cafe is located on the mezzanine level at the front of the museum. A light, open space, its modern design includes a full-height glass facade looking onto Royal Hospital Road.

    80 Dining
    80 Cabaret
    120 Reception