Created in 1622 by Inigo Jones, the Banqueting House in London was intended for the splendour and exuberance of court masques, but is most famous for a real life drama: the execution of Charles I, which took place here in 1649.
Join us on Thursday 15 May 2014 for Museums at Night and enjoy a visit to this architectural masterpiece, and home to the magnificent Rubens ceiling.
Open until 10pm, you will be able to enjoy your visit with a drink in hand from our licensed bar, have a listen to our complimentary audio guide, and glean more information from our knowledgeable team.
Meet King Charles I and have a chat with His Majesty about his past.
Have fun trying on our fabulous cotumes from the stuart period and maybe even take some photos to show your friends and family!