Westminster Bank is a Grade I listed building in the City of London. The building is now known as Gibson Hall, after the name of its designer, John Gibson.
Built in 1865, was commissioned as a new head office for the directors of the National Provincial Bank of England in Bishopsgate.
Gibson Hall's exterior elevation features curved panels picturing the crafts and industries that the bank supplied its financial services to. The Building was listed as a Grade I building in 1950.
Since its name was changed to Gibson Hall in 1990s, the hall has been operating solely as an events hosting venue available for hire to the public.