Our venues are the heart and soul of the conference. The LIMUN community has worked hard to secure unique places right in the heart of London, one of the world's major financial and cultural centres. Below you will find brief descriptions of each of our major venues.

Strand Campus, King's College London

The founding campus of King's College London, a world class institution that consistently ranks in the top 50 universitities in the world, Strand Campus serves as our main venue for committee sessions during the conference. Right on the Thames, it has expanded since its foundation in 1831, most recently acquiring Bush House, the former home of the BBC World Service and at one time, the most expensive building in the world! More information can be found here.

Central Hall Westminster

The location of our opening ceremony, it held the first meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in January 1946, whilst famous speakers such as Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Winston Churchill have all graced its stage. As such, it is a privilege to convene together here to commence the opening of LIMUN every year. More information can be found on their website.

Shaftesbury Theatre

All good things must come to an end, and each LIMUN conference is unfortunately no exception. Shaftesbury Theatre is not a bad venue, however, to say goodbye to the friends that you make through the conference and will stay in contact with for life. Right in the heart of the West End, we have no doubt that our closing ceremony here will be a memorable experience. More information available here.

Grand Connaught Rooms

Iconic? Extravagant? Glamourous? The Grand Connaught Rooms tick all those boxes. The location for our Saturday Night Ball social, expect a fun-filled evening in luxurious surroundings where you can dance the way, equipped with an open bar and the world's largest chocolate fountain.

Islington Metal Works

A unique East London institution, Islington Metal Works plays home to our Friday Club Night this year. With four rooms, each with their own music style, everyone will find their own place here. And if that wasn't enough, it has a converted tube carriage that now serves as a bar!