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The Admiralty

Trafalgar Square, London
The iconic Admiralty pub for Fullers is entwined with its historic location, over looked by the landmark Lord Nelson at the heart of London’s famous Trafalgar Square.
The interiors of this establishment tell a story that steps back in time to the decks of HMS Victory and the Battle of Trafalgar.

A truly British Ale and Pie Pub in the heart of London, owned by London’s historic brewer Fullers has been respectfully restored following a devastating fire on the United Kingdom’s hottest day in the summer of 2022.

The wealth of character was restored with close consultation from heritage consultants.  Existing finishes were retained and refinished where possible, and appropriate period detailing was considered for all fixtures and furnishings.

The storytelling on this site was a pleasure to research, Newman Gauge developed their ideas with scenic artists to create unique murals and wayfinding throughout the venue.

It was fascinating to discover many of the colours that designers regularly refer to were adopted by the Royal Navy in the 18th and 19th centuries.  Admiralty Grey and Trafalgar Blue, along with the Nelson Chequer are all still current palettes and patterns that we use today.

The lower level is a great space to hide away or hire for private functions.

The quirky nooks and vaulted ceiling in the basement make this an exciting space to discover.

The Admiralty is a fine pub and Fullers proudly have adopted the name into their famous products.