RHS Horticultural Halls


It was the monarch King Edward VII who had mooted the idea of the Royal Horticultural Society having a purpose-built exhibition hall for its shows. On 22 July 1904, together with the Society's patron Queen Alexandra, he officially declared the venue open.

The Lindley Hall was designed by Edwin J Stebbs, and his focus on achieving as much natural light as possible remains a key part of the character of the building more than 100 years later. The space, light and elegance inherent in its Edwardian design create a breathtaking effect for organisers and visitors alike.
An iconic location

The Lindley Hall continues to set a gold standard for every type of event, hosting conferences, exhibitions, fashion shows, banquets, weddings, product launches and many other events, both public and private. It also provides a stunning backdrop for music videos, car launches, adverts and films. Organisers are able to take advantage of the Hall’s stunning glass-vaulted ceiling for an abundance of natural light or can opt for full blackout.

Venue Type:

Heritage site, Association or society

Opening hours

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Admission charges

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RHS Horticultural Halls
80 Vincent Square






020 3468 4999

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