The multi-award winning Science Museum in South Kensington has expanded its daytime conference offering with a new dedicated Day Delegate Rate (DDR) package.

The new DDR package for meetings and conferences has been created for the Museum’s Director’s Suite and will be an ongoing offer. The full-day package starts at £65.00 + VAT per person, based on a minimum of 50 guests, and can also be tailored to half-day meetings and conferences*.

The Director’s Suite DDR Package includes breakfast on arrival, mid-morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, filtered water and traditional mint humbugs. The versatile menu, comprised of sandwiches, finger food, a hot and cold buffet and dessert, has been created by on-site caterers Clerkenwell Green.

Home of the museum’s archive and historic collection of books, the multi-purpose Director’s Suite is a fitting backdrop for daytime events. The oak panelled space seats 50-100 delegates theatre-style and is completely self-contained, with its own separate entrance from the Museum, a cloakroom and guest registration area. With break-out alcoves between the bookcases, the Director’s Suite is also ideal for workshops, product launches or away days.

Alicia Dickinson, communications manager – events at the Science Museum, said: “The new Director’s Suite DDR Package has been created to meet the demand for daytime conferencing at the Science Museum. As a unique venue, we are able to offer conference and meetings spaces that are out of the ordinary, and with this new DDR package, we hope to establish ourselves as one of the most versatile MICE venues in London. Together with our on-site caterers Clerkenwell Green, we are confident that the new DDR will satisfy our clients’ needs, ensuring the highest level of bespoke creativity, customer care and flexibility.”

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*Half-day DDR packages are available on request.

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