The Museum traces the 2000 year history of London's river, port and people, a storyline stretching from the arrival of the Romans to the rise of Canary Wharf.
Located over five floors of a splendid late Georgian warehouse, the Museum of London Docklands is Canary Wharf’s only Grade 1 listed venue.
Built in 1802, the warehouse which is home to Museum of London Docklands was originally used to store vast quantities of rum, molasses, coffee, pimento and cotton from the West India slave plantations. Today it offers a distinctive backdrop for entertaining, its original pine columns and floors juxtaposed stylishly with contemporary fittings.
With exposed brickwork and pine pillars, the Rum Store at The Museum of London is ideal to transform into the ideal setting for your event. Providing direct access to a private terraced area on the quayside, the Rum Store is perfect for a party and offers a contemporary space against the backdrop of Canary Wharf.
Museum of London Docklands Capacities