Booking your conference or meeting at the Temple of Peace contributes to our charity the WCIA.

“The Temple of Peace is great for corporate social responsibility and is also tax deductible” – Phillip Kitchen, Finance Director WCIA

Iconic buildings lead to memorable experiences and we have played host to many civic events, debates, conferences and meetings. The Temple of Peace is the perfect city centre location to wow your delegates, whilst also contributing to our charity, the WCIA.

Whatever your event, we have the facilities to accommodate your needs and have partnerships with local suppliers who can ensure you have everything you want for your conference to run smoothly.

Our Marble Hall is multi-functional and can be set up cabaret, theatre, boardroom style or as an empty backdrop to accommodate more elaborate arrangements.

Registered charities or non-profit organisations can receive a 30% discount on venue hire when requested at time of booking.

Making a Difference

As a registered charity, profits from your event doesn't end up in the pockets of investors, but supports our charitable projects in the UK and internationally. Get in touch to book a viewing with us - we're sure that you'll fall in love with the place.


Facilities available to hire:

  • Samsung Fl!p screen
  • Projectors
  • Screens
  • Paper flip chart
  • PA system
  • Microphones
  • Lectern
  • Refreshments
  • Catering

Previous clients include:

  • Oxfam
  • Romanian Presidency
  • Cardiff University
  • South Wales University
  • Baha’i Council for Wales
  • Cardiff Half Marathon
  • WNO
  • Welsh Government
  • BBC
  • Tovey Bros Funeral Directors
  • Welsh Language Commissioner
  • Office of the High Sherriff
  • Public Health Wales
  • Office of the Public Guardian
  • European Commission Office in Wales
  • Swansea University
  • Bad Wolf
  • WHA Healthcare
  • EYST
  • BiP Solutions
  • Sikh Council of Wales
  • Welsh Water
  • Cynnal Cymru
  • South Wales Police
  • IPPR Commission on Social Justice
  • High Sheriff of South Glamorgan
  • Canadian High Commission
  • Learned Society of Wales
  • Nyas Cymru

Your conference in Cardiff

In addition to the iconic splendour of our Marble Hall which is suitable for conferences of up to 160 guests, we also have the wood panelled council chamber available for your smaller events. Add to that our Committee Room, seating 20 - 35 people and Room 38 which is a more casual meeting space and useful for breakout rooms from the main conference and the Temple Of Peace is the ideal venue for your conferences and meetings in Cardiff.


Room Hire for Meetings & Conferences

The Marble Hall

Capacity – 300 standing, 200 theatre, 160 cabaret


Our Marble Hall is multi-functional and can be set it up cabaret style, theatre style, Hogwarts dining style or as an empty backdrop for whatever you want to use if for! There’s a low platform stage at the back of the hall, ideal for a top table or a band to play, as well as giving presentations on our 10ft projector screen.

The Council Chamber

Capacity – 34 boardroom, 60 theatre


The wood panelled council chamber is lined with books, a lot originally from the founder of the building Lord Davies. The impressive room really makes an impact and can accommodate up to 60 people. Our interactive smart board is available for hire in this room.

The Committee Room

Capacity – 16 boardroom, 35 theatre


The Committee Room is a more traditional meeting room that can be set up boardroom style to seat 20 people or theatre style for 35. This is a great space for giving presentations and holding meetings. Our interactive smart board is available for hire in this room.

Room 38

Capacity – Up to 16 people


A casual meeting space for less formal gatherings and creative meetings. The relaxed vibe is ideal for creative businesses to meet with clients and discuss ideas. Our interactive smart board is available for hire in this room, perfect for brainstorming and presenting to clients or colleagues.

Don’t just take our word for it

“Amazing venue, perfect setting for a dinner or wedding.”

Rural Development & Legislation meeting in the Council Chamber

Kerry Regan

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