The Emmanuel Centre is located in the very heart of London Westminster, just five minutes walk from the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. The red brick structure has been described as "a building with a modest exterior, but with a surprising interior". It is the choice venue for conferences, concerts, rallies, exhibitions and seminars.
The Centre, built in 1928, has a distinctive triple arch entrance in Marsham Street. A number of other tourist attractions are close by, including the Tate Gallery and Buckingham Palace.
The Centre is suitable for main events of up to 1,000 people in the Auditorium with two side events of up to 250 people each in the Upper Hall and the Lower Hall. It is suitable for all age groups, with the Lower Hall ideal for young people and the Garden Room as a creche for children.
The spacious foyer is also ideal for welcoming and registering guests. There is ample room for serving refreshments and for literature display. Doors and stairways lead to other facilities in the Centre.