Unique offer

The new Design Museum will be located in a unique landmark from the 1960s, a Grade II* listed building that had stood vacant for over a decade. The former 1960s building is being transformed by a design team led by John Pawson who are making this architectural icon fit for a 21st century museum, while retaining its unique spatial quality.

Enquire today

For more information on hiring a space at the museum, contact the Events Team on + 44 020 3862 5864 or + 44 020 3862 5865 or complete the online contact form below.

What's on offer?

Combine your event with an exhibition visit, a guided tour or beautiful gifts from the Design Museum shop.

Exhibition visits

Ensure your private event is truly memorable by combining it with exclusive access to the Design Museum’s exhibitions.

Headline exhibitions take place in the ground floor gallery next to the atrium, opening with Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World, while the lower ground floor gallery hosts further exhibitions, opening with the flagship Beazley Designs of the Year show.

The permanent collection display, Designer Maker User tells the story of contemporary design through these three interconnected roles using the museum’s collection. This free exhibition is located on the second floor next to the Helene and Johannes Huth Gallery.

Further details on the exhibition programme

Guided tours

Ensure your guests make the most of their exhibition visit by combining your event with a guided tour. Our expert guides will provide your group with a unique experience, from personal insight into the exhibition, to stories behind the designs and designers.

Design gifts

Treat your guests to tailored gift solutions from the Design Museum Shop. Select from a range of carefully curated books and products to complement your event at the Design Museum.

design museum shop

Get in touch

Enquire today

For more information on hiring a space at the museum, contact the Events Team on + 44 020 3862 5864 or + 44 020 3862 5865 or complete the online contact form below.

Background image ‘Hélène Binet