Unusual Event Venues
If you are looking for something a bit different for your next event, look no further. ACE Travel have put together a guide of our top 5 Unusual Event Venues in England
- Solent Forts, Hampshire – Built in the 1860’s to counter the perceived threat from Napolean III, the Solent Forts (No Man’s Fort and Spitbank Fort) never actually saw any military action. Fast forward to present day and these quirky outlooks have been repurposed as retreats that combine luxury hotel facilities with the ultimate in “away from it all” chic.
- IWM Duxford, Cambridge – The former Battle of Britain fighter base is now part of the Imperial War Museum. Meeting and Events space is plentiful and team building options include vintage aircraft flights and tank rides.
- Mail Rail, London – Hidden underneath the streets on London, the Post Office’s private underground line once transported mail across London. Now available to hire, Farringdon’s Postal Museum has two subterranean events spaces, plus your guests will have the chance to take a 1km train ride through tiny tunnels.
- Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Somerset – If you are looking for a venue with a touch of adventure, look no further. Guests can test their nerve with an array of climbs and caving packages within the limestone cliffs and caverns of Cheddar Gorge which can be added to meeting packages for groups up to 50. Instruction and equipment is provided.
- National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth – the UK’s largest aquarium will deliver the “wow” factor for your corporate guests and allows them to dine amongst the fishes. A range of catered facilities, with full site hire for up to 1,500 guests, is available. The underwater Eddystone Reef is a favourite for dinner guests
Please contact ACE Travel Management for more information.