Continuing our Reciprocal Club feature series, The National Liberal Club in London we profile The National Liberal Club in London, with whom we have shared reciprocity for over 50 years since 1971.
Founded in 1882, the National Liberal Club Occupies a historic building overlooking the Thames, which is designed by the same architect who worked on the Natural History Museum as well. The Club offers our Members, an oasis of calm, comfort, and elegance in the heart of Westminster.
The Club’s breathtaking architecture will transport you back to history, with its revolving doors into the high-ceilinged hall, it has Europe’s largest unsupported marble staircase, spiraling towards an ornate stained-glass ceiling, and a magnificent Dining Room with impressive views through the huge windows towards the Thames, and the venue also has a separate Smoking Room, the largest room in the building, framed by more glazed pillars with cosy alcoves with bookcases and fireplaces at each end, making up for a perfect place for people to relax, unwind and socialize.
For any Tattersalls Member planning to visit London, we definitely recommend visiting the National Liberal Club.
Beyond the National Liberal Club, Tattersalls also holds reciprocity with other popular Clubs throughout England including the Lansdowne Club, Reform Club, Sloane Club, and many more.