Honourable Society Lincoln’s Inn Christmas WC2

Lincoln’s Inn Christmas WC2


Great Hall Panoramic

Honourable Society Lincoln’s Inn

Lincoln’s Inn Christmas WC2

Honourable Society Lincoln’s Inn Christmas WC2

Treasury Office, London
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Type of events
Seated dinner250

Deck the Halls this Christmas at Lincoln’s Inn!

Set within 11 acres of tranquil surroundings amongst ‘old Legal London’ architecture, the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn is the largest and oldest of the four Inns of Court dating back to 1422, and provides the perfect setting for your festive event.

Whether it is the magnificence of the Old Hall, one of the finest Tudor buildings in London, or the grandeur of the Great Hall, designed by the eminent architect Philip Hardwick, the rooms available to hire at Lincoln’s Inn provide the most unique backdrop to a splendid Christmas Party.

Our Events Sales Team is on hand to guide you through your event planning. Creatively and attentively, they will take care of all your details, working to ensure your vision becomes a reality.
From the moment you set foot in the venue until the last guest has departed, our dedicated Front of House team will be there to bring your event to life. Their personable, professional approach is guaranteed to create a memorable experience and leave a lasting impression with your guests.
Our culinary team are committed to executing dishes with detailed precision. Behind the scenes, their unwavering attention to detail will ensure that every dish is of the highest quality and elegantly presented.


Bespoke Christmas party packages available on request

Further information
  • The Great Hall & Bench Rooms
    Opened in 1845 by Queen Victoria, the Great Hall is considered to be one of the most distinguished buildings designed by Philip Hardwick working in the Tudor Revival style. On the north wall is a huge and magnificent fresco executed by G.F. Watts, the Pre-Raphaelite painter, showing the world’s law givers from Moses to Edward I. Your guests also have access to the Bench Rooms & Upper Vestibule which are used as pre-dinner reception areas. The imposing wooden doors are then opened to reveal the magnificence of the Great Hall where guests are invited to dine.The Old Hall & Crypt
    Dating back to 1490, the Old Hall is a wonderful example of beautifully maintained Tudor architecture and has many notable features including the wooden screen at the south end, designed by Inigo Jones, and Hogarth’s painting of “Paul before Felix” on the North wall. The Crypt beneath the Old Hall was for centuries used for storage of fuel, food and wine. Now the brick groin vaulting has been restored to its former glory and is used as a reception area.

    Great Hall
    Maximum Capacities:
    Dinner 250 guests
    Reception 450 guests


    Old Hall
    Dinner 120 guests
    Reception 200 guests