The Elvington Room is a period building, part of the original RAF Elvington from World War Two. Its versatile space can be configured into a wide variety of different layouts, from row seating for presentations to grouped tables for discussions and many other variations. High speed wireless broadband is available in the Elvington Room, with other modern conference facilities including overhead projection and camera staging if required.
The Elvington Room is a curved and camouflage building, located in the centre of the Museum near the Control Tower, which is itself a listed grade II building.
Its location immediately adjacent to the NAAFI restaurant makes it perfect for catering and breaks, alternatively it can be completely sealed off from the rest of the Museum to create a private area and to avoid distractions.
It’s main entrance corridor is decorated with informative aircraft histories, guiding you to the heart of your conference facilities. The building has its own daylight captured by brand new double glazed windows, WC facilities, WIFI and AV system.
The size of the conference room is 27.4 x 7.3m (89.8 x 23.11 = 2075 square feet).
The number of guests can vary depending on the room set up. It can range from 10 up to 140 and can be divided is needed.
This room is ideal for conference, meetings and dinners and is a regular venue for a diverse range of companies who enjoy the atmospheric surrounding, the privacy and ease of parking.
To enquire availability and discuss your project further, contact Sandrine Bauchet on 01904 608595 or use the contact form below.