Skinners’ Hall dates from 1670 when it reopened having been rebuilt after the Great Fire of London. The Hall comprises a variety of outstanding inside and outdoor spaces offering great flexibility. This fine facility combines stately halls, elegant chambers and homely rooms with a warm atmosphere and modern amenities.
A country house in the heart of the City
Entrance is via the ceremonial gates and charming paved courtyard, inspired by Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winners Tommaso del Buono and Paul Gazerwitz. The building has many unique features including a round gallery with working fireplace, the magnificent polished East India Table and the beautiful Italianate roof terrace. Skinners’ Hall also features unique works by the prolific Anglo/Welsh artist Frank Brangwyn, among other historically important artworks.
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