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Host your event in the world’s only brand heritage venue, Museum of Brands

London, London Artform: crafts, combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, literature, museums, photography, music, theatre, visual arts   Contact: Theresa Macaulay



Why not host your event at the Museum of Brands, one of Londons most unique party venues. 

Located in Notting Hill, a stones throw from the iconic Portobello Road, the Museum of Brands is the perfect backdrop for parties for up to 120 guests and dinners for up to 55 guests. 

Imagine walking through time and discover the journey of the brands in galleries full to the brim with oddities and wonders alike, where every corner you turn leads you into a different decade. 

You’ll see Rimmel cosmetics from the 1890s, First World War Oxo Cubes, Mars Bars, Rolos and KitKats from the 1930s, a 1970s Chopper Bike and around 12,000 other items that will open your eyes to the way we lived and shopped.

Discover the past 150 years, while partying the night away in the world’s only brand heritage venue. Visit our website for more information.



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