Trinity House - The Corporation of Trinity House headquarters - in Tower Hill, was designed by architect Samuel Wyatt and built in 1796.
With its distinctive neo-classical façade, it has five state rooms that look out over Trinity Square, The Tower of London and The River Thames.
The beautiful reception hall, with its elegantly sweeping, twin-curved staircase, houses a remarkable collection of maritime artifacts; bearing testament to the prominent role played by Trinity House in the nation’s maritime history.
These elegant rooms that have hosted Lords of the Admiralty, royalty and prime ministers through the ages can be hired for corporate functions, private parties and weddings. Find out more
This year’s tours of Trinity House at Tower Hill are scheduled for Monday 7th October and Monday 2nd December at 3 pm. They take about 75 minutes and can accommodate 25 people per group. Tickets cost £8 and help to fund the Corporation’s charitable work.
Trinity House organises a number of social and fundraising events which are advertised through Facebook and Twitter. Current events:
Scheduled to take place this spring/summer on Tuesday evenings, when the crew of the cutter ‘Trinity Tide’ get together to fine-tune their rowing technique, up to four guests will be collected from various points along the Thames to skim over the river and enjoy the scenery. While not expected to row themselves, participants will be encouraged to provide enthusiastic support! Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, please contact Zoe Richards
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Registered charity in England and Wales under charity registration number 211869.
Registered office: Trinity House, Tower Hill, London, EC3N 4DH.