A unique London conference venue. Treat your guests to a historic reminder of London’s heritage whilst we help you coordinate entertainment in the most luxurious spaces on the South Bank. New information for 2020 coming soon.
Glaziers Hall London
Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Close, London Bridge, London SE1 9DD
A unique London conference venue. Treat your guests to a historic reminder of London’s heritage whilst we help you coordinate entertainment in the most luxurious spaces on the South Bank.
The original Glaziers Hall in Fye Foot Lane was destroyed during the Great Fire of London in 1666 and was not relocated for another 300 years. Its current home, which was built in 1808, adjoins London Bridge and the so-called ‘Nancy Steps’ made famous by Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.
How to get there
Glaziers Hall is located on the South Bank alongside London Bridge and near Southwark Cathedral, and is easily accessible by road, river and public transport.
For access by road via Tooley Street pass under the tunnel into Montague Close. The entrance is on your right hand side. Via Borough High Street turn into Bedale Street, then turn right onto Cathedral Street. Continue driving past the Cathedral and turn right again onto Montague Close. The entrance is on your left hand side.
If travelling via London Bridge underground station, tahe the ‘Duke Street Hill’ exit. Cross the road in front of you at the traffic lights and head towards London Bridge Hospital. Follow the pavement around the corner to the left. Continue under the tunnel and the entrance to Glaziers Hall is on your right.
For access via the Thames, on ariival at London Bridge City Pier turn right onto Queens Walk. Continue along the path behind London Bridge Hospital until you see the signpost above for Tooley Street. Turn left onto the pathway opposite the sign ‘The Queens Walk’, and you will reach Tooley Street. Turn right and continue under the tunnel. Glaziers Hall is on your right.