The Old Truman Brewery

Address:
91 Brick Ln, London E1 6QR
Founded in:
1666
Total area:
20325 m2
  • Rooms & halls:
    42
About The Venue

East London’s revolutionary arts and media quarter is known as the Old Truman Brewery. It is a large complex of buildings housing independent shops, galleries, bars, restaurants, and event spaces. It has a total space of 10 acres with 20325 m2 of this space dedicated to 42 event spaces. The Old Truman Brewery was founded around 1666 and for many years has served its purpose as a brewery. In recent years it has been undergoing changes, including hosting notable events such as the London Coffee Festival.

 The Old Truman Brewery is an impressive area. It has 10 acres of space with 42 meeting areas occupying a total of 20325 m2 of this space. Each of these areas is multi-purpose and flexible. The spaces are quite diverse in their origins. For instance, one of the areas is an 18th Century preserved Georgian house with 15 rooms. Another, the Boiler House, is a former warehouse made of bricks. Furthermore, there is a meeting area which previously served as a service yard.

How to get to The Old Truman Brewery
On foot

London City Airport – not advisable

London St Pancras International Station – 55 mins via A501

 

By Car

London City Airport – 30 mins via A13

London St Pancras International Station – 25 mins via A501

 

By public transport

London City Airport – 30 mins via DLR and Overground

London St Pancras International Station – 25 mins via Metropolitan

 

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