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Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings with its 19 acres of grounds, historic buildings and views over the Worcestershire countryside, is truly a beautiful, unique and romantic setting for your wedding. Say ‘I do’ in the majestic New Guesten Hall with its beautifully detailed medieval roof. (Museums)
Hosted by National Museums Liverpool offers five unique wedding venues at its museums and galleries in and around the city, where you and your guests are surrounded by beautiful architecture, amazing art and fascinating collections.
Fully licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships, the Grade I listed Maritime Museum has two dedicated event suites which boast incredible views of the city and Royal Albert Dock Liverpool. It can cater for 200 guests for ceremonies and wedding breakfasts, and 400 for receptions. (Museums)
Imagine our charming Victorian fortress, set atop a hill overlooking the picturesque Solent and Meon Valley, as the unique setting for your special day.
Fort Nelson holds a civil licence allowing weddings and civil partnership ceremonies to take place in the elegant setting of the former Officers’ Mess. (Museums)
Located in the heart of Rochester, The Guildhall is bursting with character and charm, creating a truly captivating setting for your wedding. Built in 1687, it has been a town hall, entertainment venue, court and a council chamber. Now a museum, it displays more than 250,000 years of Medway’s history, making it an ideal option if you’re looking for something truly unique.
Accommodates: 70 people seated and 20 standing (Museums)