One of London’s hidden treasures, the Foundling Museum tells the poignant story of London’s first home for abandoned children. Today the museum is home to a fabulous collection including works by Hogarth, Gainsborough and Reynolds as well as housing the Gerald Coke Handel Collection and archive.
The museum is located in Bloomsbury, Central London, in an elegant Georgian style building on the former site of the Foundling Hospital. The grade II listed building provides a stunning mix of historic interiors and contemporary exhibition spaces.
The Court Room is one of London's finest original Rococo interiors and provides an ideal setting for intimate dinners or reception drinks. The largest space, the Picture Gallery can host a fabulous dinner for 100 guests or elegant drink receptions for up to 200 guests.
40 Brunswick Square