The Livery Hall was enlarged to its present size by Herbert Williams in the 1860s. The twenty-eight marble columns provide ideal spaces for the display of the Company's collection of royal portraits including King William III by Sir Godfrey Kneller, George III by Sir Nathanial Dance and George IV by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
You can only visit Drapers' Hall when you arrange a tour. Every year there is one day in september you can visit the Open House.
architecture, hall, historic
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