Your wedding day is the first page of your story as a couple, so you want to choose a venue that makes that story special. A historical wedding venue, infused with the memories of people and events spanning hundreds of years, can be the perfect way of evoking the right sense of occasion for your big day.
Historical wedding venues in the UK
A Hatfield House wedding is nothing short of spectacular, whether you’re looking for an intimate occasion or a show-stopping celebration. The house was built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, son of the chief minister to Elizabeth I, and is now one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the UK, with a Grade I-listed Old Palace, contemporary glass-roofed Riding School and magnificent grounds.
Tying the knot at HMS Belfast is a truly unique experience. The Second World War Royal Navy warship is moored alongside the iconic Tower Bridge in the River Thames, offering spectacular views of London. Wedding breakfasts can take place in the dramatic interior of the Ship’s Company Dining Hall, while guests can toast with glasses of Champagne on deck.
Troxy is a wedding venue bursting with history and character. Built in the 1930s as an Art Deco cinema, the Grade II-listed venue now offers the perfect space to host your big day. The Grand Hall boasts high ceilings, stunning architecture and flexible sound, lighting and staging arrangements, while the large catering kitchen provides a delicious feast to energise guests for a night of dancing.