Unique & Wonderful Venues from around the World

Posted on: April 16th, 2015 by Jessica

At the Business Space we like to keep up to speed with what other venues are doing. During our search, we’ve come across some very unique event venues from across the World and we’ve compiled our favourite five. Seen something wackier or more inspiring? Let us know!


  1. The National History Museum, London Nat history

The National History Museum has numerous rooms available, including the Earth Hall – All around, objects including moon rock, precious metals and fluorescent minerals tell their own unique story of Earth’s chaotic past.  The dramatic & impressive Hintze Hall (home of “Dippy” the Diplodocus) holds up to 1200 delegates and has been used for rock concerts, galas and receptions.

2. The Ice Hotel, Sweden


Ok so this may be somewhere you might only want to spend a short amount of time in before your fingers turn blue but this is too ‘cool’ to leave off our list. Popular with couples looking for a unique spot to say ‘I do’, the hotel was founded in 1989. Combined, it’s both an art exhibition and hotel which melts each spring and then reborn the following winter created by over 100 artists from around the world using 30,000 m3 of snice and about 1,000 tonnes of ice.

3. Dinner in the Sky

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Head for heights? Hold your next business meeting in one of 45 countries suspended 160ft in the sky whilst being wined and dined by professional chefs. Not for everyone but it’s a pretty dizzying way to impress your next prospective client.

4. Spitbank Forts


One of three forts located in the sea between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, Spitbank Fort was refurbished in 2012 is already regarded as one of the world’s most unique venues Spitbank Fort, features an air hot pool, sauna, wine cellar and games rooms.

5. Giraffe Manor, Nairobi


Having a giraffe join you for breakfast definitely has to be something to write home about. Giraffe Manor, part of the Safari Collection can organise work incentive trips where you can choose from horse riding, hot-air ballooning, fly camping under the stars, camel trekking and visiting local villages to learning about native traditions and many more.


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