The Royal College of Music Museum

The Royal College of Music (RCM) Museum opened in Autumn 2021. It contains some of the richest and most relevant music-related objects in the UK and Europe. With more than 14,000 items, the collection represents music-making over a period of more than five centuries. Founded in 1892, it features a vast range of instruments, portraits, engravings, sculptures and photographs.

Following a multi-million pound upgrade and relocation as part of the RCM More Music campaign, our brand new Museum space is perfect for intimate dinners of up to 12, drinks receptions, and small, bespoke concerts. It is the ideal setting for a one-of-a-kind event with plenty of exciting and educational conversation points. Tours by our expert team are available to add to any event for an exceptional and unique experience.

The multi-level, fully accessible space includes permanent displays, a temporary exhibition, the Wolfson Centre for research and conservation, performance and rehearsal areas. Highlights of the collection on permanent display include the earliest known guitar, the earliest stringed keyboard instrument and the most recognised portraits of Joseph Haydn and Farinelli.

Standing: 30 per floor, pale drinks only
Inc. Lavery Gallery: 100
Seated: 12 (ground floor)

£2,750 (available after 18.00)

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

The RCM Museum gallery

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