18th Century glasshouse located in Kew Gardens. This enchanting events venue is perfect for weddings, Christmas parties, dinners, summer balls and drinks receptions.
Popular events which have frequently take place at the Nash Conservatory at Kew Gardens range from, dinners, drinks receptions, summer and Christmas parties and more.
Being the oldest of the 19th Century glasshouses at Kew, the Nash Conservatory is of both major historical and architectural importance.This particular venue was originally built inside of Buckingham Palace’s grounds – this was moved brick by brick to Kew by King William IV in 1836.
An already impressive venue, the Nash Conservatory is even more enhanced with the stunning gardens which surrounds it. During the darker hours, the Nash Conservatory is lit up in a plethora of lights.
The Nash Conservatory is also now licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships for up to 200 guests.
The venue is especially perfect for allowing guests to admire the intimate surroundings of Kew Gardens. The venue itself is also a breath-taking site to take in, particularly at night time when the whole venue is lit up in hundreds of lights.
The Nash Conservatory has a glazed structure which is dotted with iconic stone orders, meanwhile the east and west facades are lined with six Portland stone columns. The venue glistens from floor to ceiling and is filled with natural lighting – making it a particularly beautiful space for those special occasions.
The space is brilliant for receptions and dinners, hosting up to a maximum of 200 guests. In addition, the space can also be hired alongside other event spaces at Kew. It can be created and set up in various ways to cater for a variety of events.
Nash Conservatory, Richmond, Greater London TW9 3AEUK