The Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth, tells the 800 year story of the Royal Navy and provides a unique venue for corporate hospitality. The Museum also offers a small range of special hospitality events.
The galleries offer a wide range of options :
The Princess Royal Gallery can accommodate up to 120 guests;
the Victory Gallery up to 200 guests; and
the Nelson Gallery up to 50 guests.
We offer a 25% discount to Naval Charities, and a 15% discount to all other charities
The Nelson and Victory Galleries are only available during day by prior arrangement, and this may incur a 50% surcharge
To add a touch of flair to your special occasion, why not have the Fort Cumberland Guard on parade? Please ask for contact details.
Nearby Accomodation for guests staying overnight, may use the facilities of the Royal Maritime Club (formerly the Home Club) in Queen Street
NB: All prices stated are exclusive of VAT
Monday to Friday
Morning Session (9am to 1pm) £450
Afternoon Session (1pm to 5pm) £450
All day Session (9am to 5pm) £800
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays
Morning Session (9am to 1pm) £550
Afternoon Session (1pm to 5pm) £550
All day Session (9am to 5pm) £950
Monday to Thursday
Evening Session (5pm to 11pm) £1250
Friday to Sunday, and Bank Holidays
Evening Session (5pm to 11pm) £1500
Charges can vary according to the number of those attending the event.
All bookings include staffing for each event.
All bookings include free use of a Laptop, Data Projector, Projection Screen, and Lectern.
Additional facilities may be available, including PA systems, and flipcharts.
A contract, together with terms and conditions of hire will be provided.
A signed contract and deposit are required to secure a booking.
Cheques made payable to RNM Functions Ltd.
Cancellation: Confirmation of cancellation of any function must be in writing with as much notice as possible. The Royal Naval Museum reserves the right to retain a deposit paid if less than one month’s notice is given.
Each year the Museum raises much-needed funds in order to assist in its work of preserving and presenting the history of the Royal Navy by hosting a Trafalgar Night Dinner and Patrick O’Brian Weekends. Both events have proved to be extremely successful.