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Conference Facilities at Maritime Greenwich

Image: Maritime Greenwich campusThe Maritime Greenwich Campus is based in the Old Royal Naval College on the banks of the River Thames, in Greenwich.

Centred on three magnificent buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren and one by James "Athenian" Stuart, the campus boasts some of Londonís finest Grade 1 listed buildings, and forms part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site.

The grand sequence of buildings was planned towards the end of the 17th Century as a hospital for retired seamen. Formerly, the site had been occupied by a royal palace; the birthplace of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.

This beautiful campus stands in the heart of historic Greenwich, at the foot of Greenwich Park, opposite the National Maritime Museum and close to the bustling town centre.

Boasting nine well appointed lecture theatres, that can hold up to 229 delegates, over thirty seminar rooms and breakout rooms, as well as a small exhibition area, the campus has facilities to suit all needs.

The Maritime Greenwich campus provides an inspiring setting for meetings and conferences alike.

Queen Anne Court

Image: Queen Anne Court - drawingDesigned and built by Wren and Hawksmoor, the building was completed in 1749 when Ripley built the north facing pavilions. Highlights include the grand Council boardroom and beautiful restored Portland stonework.

The following rooms are available for use:

Room

Capacity

Layout

Disabled Access Room layout

Howe

Up to 135

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

Royal George

Up to 112

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

Hamilton

Up to 112

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

Barrington

Up to 90

Tiered Seating

No

Layout details>>

3 Classrooms

Up to 70

Variable

Yes

Layout details>>

12 Classrooms

Up to 45

Variable

10 Yes

Layout details>>

Council

Up to 100

Banquet

Yes

Layout details>>

 

Up to 54

Formal Boardroom

Yes

Layout details>>

Edinburgh

Up to 30

Banquet

No

Layout details>>

 

Up to 35

Formal Boardroom

No

Layout details>>

King William Court

Image: King William courtDesigned and started by Wren, but finished under the direction of Hawksmoor and Vanbrugh in 1712, the King William Court is home to our larger, state of the art lecture theatres,

The following rooms are available for use:

Room

Capacity

Layout

Disabled Access

Room layout

Lecture Theatre 315

Up to 229

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

Lecture Theatre 303

Up to 214

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

Lecture Theatre 302

Up to 112

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

Lecture Theatre 002

Up to 92

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

2 Classrooms

Up to 60

Variable

Yes

Layout details>>

 

Queen Mary Court

Image: Queen Mary CourtThis was the last major building to be completed on the site, in 1751.

The building has retained its original timber panelling, barrel vaulting and Portland stone.

The following rooms are available for use:

Room

Capacity

Layout

Disabled Access

Room layouts

4 Classrooms

9.3m by 5m

Variable

Up to 35

Layout details>>

2 Classrooms

9m by 4.8m

Variable

Up to 30

Layout details>>

Stephen Lawrence building

Rooms available for use:

Room

Capacity

Layout

Disabled Access

Room layout

Lecture Theatre 101

Up to 126

Tiered Seating

Yes

Layout details>>

3 Classrooms

Up to 75

Variable

Yes

Layout details>>

8 Classrooms

Up to 50

Variable

Yes

Layout details>>

 

Venues

Queen Anne Court

King William Court

Queen Mary Court

Stephen Lawrence Building

Services

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