Courtyard or terrace

Courtyard or terrace

The Courtyard Garden

  • 120 Capacity
  • Central London
  • 170 Queen’s Gate
  • Natural daylight
  • Catering permitted

The idyllic Courtyard Garden at 170 Queen’s Gate is a rare find in Central London.

Designed by English landscape architect, Dame Sylvia Crowe, this beautiful garden offers a serene place to enjoy the summer weather. Adjoining the Solar Room through a sweeping staircase and French doors, these two spaces can be used in conjunction to provide an outdoor space for catering or networking, following an intimate conference or training programme.

  • An idyllic space designed by English landscape architect Dame Sylvia Crowe.
  • Can be used for receptions and catering in conjunction with The Solar Room.

  • Unfortunately, 170 Queen’s Gate does not have step-free access due to its Grade II-listed status.
  • Accessible toilet.
  • Assistive listening.

  • Bus stop:Royal Albert Hall 1-min walk
  • Underground (tube) station:South Kensington 5-min walk
  • Santander Cycle station:Imperial College 1-min walk

How to find 170 Queen’s Gate

Arrive at 170 Queen’s Gate which is accessible via direct street access. You can also travel from Exhibition Road, through our main College campus, via Imperial College Road.

Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK

Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK

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