Sir John Soane’s Museum
The Museum was designed by one of Britain’s greatest neo-classical architects, Sir John Soane, and was his home as well as his private Museum. Every aspect of the interior reflects its creator’s architectural ingenuity, imagination and love of beauty.
Pre-dinner drinks are served in the elegant double Drawing Room on the first floor and an optional pre-dinner short guided tour of the ground floor rooms can be given by a member of the curatorial staff.
Dinner is served in the 19th century candlelit setting of the ground floor Library-Dining Room where diners are surrounded by mirrors reflecting the Pompeian red decoration, the Greek vases and other beautiful works of art.