• Host guests among 3,000 years of history at the Royal Armouries Museum

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    Situated close to Leeds City Centre, in a unique waterfront setting, Royal Armouries Museum & new Dock Hall are looking to provide the perfect combination for your next private dinner. Whether you’re looking to impress a small number of guests in one of their galleries, throw your staff an annual party to remember or get people together to raise money for charity, Royal Armouries International are guaranteeing you a private dining experience like no other.

    Surrounding guests in 3,000 years of history, the Royal Armouries Museum is home to a world-famous collection of arms and armour. You can treat them to the display of knights in shining armour wielding two handed swords or pole-axes whilst they enjoying a chilled glass of sparkling wine at your pre-dinner drinks reception, then head to a chosen room to delve into a menu of your choice.

    For smaller, more intimate, dinners choose between one of the museum’s five individually themed galleries to dine in. For the bigger and more elaborate dinner or party, let your imagination run wild with themes, décor and entertainment in one of our larger function rooms. The Wellington Suite, with panoramic views across the waterfront and Leeds Dock, is the ideal setting for a private festive event or a glamourous company awards evening.

    Royal Armouries Hall offers a unique conference and banqueting facility for up to 650 guests and is a classic venue for your next Award Ceremony, Gala Dinner, Fashion Show, Corporate Banquet, Exhibition, Product launch and of course, this year’s Christmas Party. If you want bigger still, take advantage of New Dock Hall – a fully serviced but completely blank canvas providing you with the ultimate flexibility to really make your next private dining event your own.

    Make your next private dining event in Leeds unique, prestigious and memorable – head to their new website here.

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    Toby Cruse

    Junior Content Writer

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