The Freemasons Arms, Covent Garden

Functions

The Freemason’s Arms has a long history as a meeting place. As well as the Football Association, it was also used by the founders of Clerical and Medical, the Geological Society and the London Irish Rifles.

Today the pub is still used regularly by Freemasons for Masonic dining but also hosts events as varied as quiz nights, beer tastings, training courses, birthday parties and wedding receptions.

The main function room has its own bar. It seats up to 80 for a meal, or accommodates up to 100 for a buffet and has been redecorated to a high standard without compromising on traditional design and original features.

Brown leather seating is complemented by large Victorian mirrors, memorabilia relating to the Masonic movement and historical photographs of the Covent Garden area.

The second function room, designed in similar style, accommodates 15 for a meal or 40 people for a buffet.

The pub can supply a range of audio visual facilities for conferences and business meetings.