Mary Ward House
- Location: WC1
- Venue Type: Events Space
- Best for: Conferences, Press Launches
- Capacities: Mary Ward Hall 450 standing, 400 seated, 350 Theatre; Brewer & Smith 300 standing, 250 seated, 100 Theatre; Lethaby Room 150 standing, 120 seated, 110 Theatre; Arnold Room 100 standing, 90 seated, 60 Theatre; Voysey Room 100 standing, 80 seated, 65 Theatre; Morris Room 100 standing, 80 seated, 50 Theatre; Herschel Room 80 standing, 70 seated, 50 Theatre; Martineau Room 70 standing, 60 seated, 45 Theatre; Emerson Room 50 standing, 40 seated, 30 Theatre; Boardroom 30 standing, 25 seated, 20 Theatre; Courtyard/ Garden aprox 250 standing each
- Food: Flexible
- Tube: Euston Square
Mary Ward House is a fascinating Grade 1 listed building built in 1898 and financed by the wealthy philanthropist Passmore Edwards. Mary Ward, the novelist and social reformer, was the inspiration behind the endeavour to provide a centre of training, care and entertainment for the less fortunate in society.
Each finely proportioned room has its own unique character and ambience, from the distinctive library to the extensive Mary Ward Hall. All of the rooms have natural daylight. There is also a large outdoor courtyard and garden which provides a tranquil haven in Central London.
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