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National Railway Museum

Max Capacity 600
Having opened in 1975 as the first National Museum outside of London, the National Railway Museum is now the largest of its kind in the world. Steeped in heritage & history the former locomotive depot houses many famous & record breaking locomotives including Mallard & Bullet Train. The elegant surroundings are sure to add prestige to any event.
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Meeting & Event Room Capacities Reception Theatre Boardroom U Shape Din/Dance Cab Lunch/Dinner
Duchess of Hamilton Suite 1 - 60 18 20 - 40 -
Mallard Suite 120 120 24 24 50 56 -
Rocket Room - 25 18 - - - -
Evening Star Theatre - 78 - - - - -
Station Hall 800 - - - 800 - 600
Great Hall 800 - - - 300 - 200
Duchess of Hamilton Suite 2 - 20 12 - - - -
Duchess of Hamilton Suite 3 - 20 12 - - - -
Duchess of Hamilton Suite Combined - 120 32 32 - 80 70
Countess of York 100 - 20 - - - 30
Edmondson - 30 18 14 - 24 30
  • Nearest train

    York 0.2 Miles

  • Car Parking

    Onsite (200 spaces)

    Cost: Free

  • Nearest Junction

    A1(M) JCT 47 11.6 Miles

  • Nearest Airports

    Leeds Bradford International Airport

    Airport 23.5 Miles

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Accommodation

Many of our venues have strong relationships with local hotels to provide accommodation for events they host. Our central sales team can also assist with larger group bookings. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Equipment

  • Wi-Fi
  • Flipcharts
  • PA System
  • LCD/Data Projector
  • Photocopier

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Facilities & Leisure

  • Marquee Space
  • Places of Interest
  • Wedding Licence

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Case study

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Overview

From the glory of the Flying Scotsman, to the luxury of the Orient Express trains have always transported, inspired and entertained us.

The National Railway Museum's dedicated conference centre has been twice-named ‘Conference Venue of the Year’ in the Visit York Tourism Awards It offers a choice of 6 fully-equipped and recently refurbished suites, along with adjoining breakout areas. Free parking and wifi for delegates comes as standard, along with ergonomic furniture.

The awe-inspiring Great Hall - home to a stunning display of the finest locomotives, including Mallard - the world’s fastest steam train, is ideal for large receptions and dinners.

The stunning platform setting of Station Hall, with its unique, luxurious collection of Royal Carriages caters for award ceremonies and gala dinners up to 600 guests.

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