Welcome to BMA house and our two enchanting alfresco spaces which have been matched with equally charming rooms for inclement weather. Be served by our exceptional waiting staff while the aromatic essence of your sizzling barbecue begins to fill the air. Watch as our in house chefs prepare your delectable locally sourced menu choices. Steeped in history and architectural beauty, BMA House in Tavistock Square has been home to the headquarters of the British Medical Association since 1925.
The magnificent Grade II listed building was designed in 1911 by Sir Edwin Lutyens and makes an impressive setting for corporate events and special occasions. Having recently been upgraded with high tech facilities, many of the versatile spaces retain their original features and can host everything from small meetings of four, to celebrations of 320 guests. BMA House also has a Courtyard and Garden, offering outdoor space that is rarely found in Central London.
BMA house is a superb venue for all your summer party needs. They have lovely outside space with is perfect for the longer summer days. The Garden is a hidden gem in central London, The Garden provides a tranquil setting for Drinks Receptions, Summer Parties, Barbecues and Weddings. The Garden is always sold in conjunction with an indoor space, usually the contemporary Garden Room or the Snow Room.
Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens designed a picturesque Garden to the side of BMA House, which today is home to an abundance of physic plants. The Garden centres on an oval pond surrounded by semi-circular terrace ideal for corporate and private events.
The Courtyard provides an opulent setting for outdoor events including barbecues and summer parties – a rare find in central London! This stunning outdoor space is always hired in conjunction with equally attractive indoor spaces – The Lutyens Suite or Great Hall. The key features of The Courtyard which make it so spectacular for corporate and private events alike are its two war memorials – the Gates of Remembrance which commemorate the 574 members of the BMA who died in the First World War; and the central fountain, made of bronze featuring the staff of Asclepius (God of Medicine) with four statues representing sacrifice, cure, prevention and aspiration and which form a memorial to the medical men and women who died in the Second World War.Packages