What are my exhibition stand options?
GH Display is ideally located as your exhibition stand builder for The Royal Horticultural Halls. All of our turn key exhibition stand solutions include 3D stand design, project management, submission of stand paperwork, transportation, installation and breakdown at your event. We offer three buying options within our full turn key service;
custom exhibition stands, hired exhibition stands and hybrid exhibition stands.
About the The Royal Horticultural Halls
The Royal Horticultural Halls were opened in 1904 and were originally for the use of The Royal Horticultural Society. With space to accommodate up to 75 shell scheme stands, the Lindley Hall provides an adaptable backdrop for exhibitions – enabling you the freedom to design the venue for your desired purpose. The Hall features a large 3-tonne goods lift, which accesses both street and hall level, allowing for a simple load-in and load-out. The Lindley Hall measures 36 x 22 m and has a total space of 875 square metres, making it the ideal venue for exhibitions. It is situated in central London, therefore making finding accommodation an easy task. Central London also boasts easy methods of transportation such as trains, buses and planes (for international situations).
Where to stay near The Royal Horticultural Halls?
- The Wellington by Blue Orchid Hotels: 325ft from The RHH
- The Rochester by Blue Orchid Hotels: 0.1 miles from The RHH
- easyHotel London Victoria: 0.4 miles from The RHH
- Premier Inn London Victoria: 0.5 miles from The RHH
- Travelodge London Vauxhall: 1.3 miles from The RHH
What's on at The Royal Horticultural Halls?
With space to accommodate up to 75 shell scheme stands, the Lindley Hall provides an adaptable backdrop for exhibitions. The Royal Horticultural Halls boast two large period venues with vaulted ceilings in central London which are perfect for live events and filming.Browse what's on at The Royal Horticultural Halls
Travelling to The Royal Horticultural Halls
Located in the heart of London, Westminster, the Royal Horticultural Halls are spoilt for choice when it comes to public transport. The most popular way to travel is via the London underground, with Victoria station a short walk away.Travelling to The Royal Horticultural Halls