Built in 1802, this late Georgian warehouse is Canary Wharf's only Grade I listed venue and was originally used to store rum, molasses and cotton from West India slave plantations. Original pine columns and floors combine with contemporary fittings to provide a stylish location and truly unique venue.
With private use of the ground floor function areas a bespoke selection of rooms are available for a seamless flow for your day. Why not host a drink reception in the Rum Store with Quayside doors opening onto the south facing terrace. Linking in with the Chris Ellmers Gallery, this space can be used for larger events.
Alternatively you may prefer to use the impressive Muscovado Hall.
For a truly unique day why not select from one of our five galleries, each of which have their own place in history to enhance your special day.
Located on the Quayside overlooking the river means this venue is an ideal location for photographs of the impressive Canary Wharf skyline.