Birmingham Museums Unique Spaces for Wonderful Weddings

Birmingham Museum's Unique Spaces for Wonderful Weddings

Birmingham Museums offers truly unique venues to hold weddings, civil ceremonies, receptions and celebrations. Say your vows at the impressive and glamorous Aston Hall, at the charming and peaceful Blakesley Hall or at the romantic and elegant Soho House. These three venues are all registered to host Civil Ceremonies.

For couples looking for just a reception venue, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery offers a magnificent and sophisticated city centre location. Thinktank gives couples a fun and creative environment to celebrate their wedding and Weoley Castle Ruins offers the chance to host the ultimate medieval themed celebration.

Birmingham Museum’s venues also provide a stunning backdrop for wedding and engagement photography. For those starting to plan their wedding and considering a city centre location, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery will be revealing a beautiful new space for weddings and civil ceremonies later this year, so contact the team to be kept updated.

Blakesley Hall

Blakesley Hall is a striking Tudor house set amongst beautiful tranquil gardens. It offers a peaceful and idyllic venue for intimate wedding celebrations. Your civil ceremony can take place either in the finely furnished, atmospheric Great Hall for up to 40 guests, or the 18th-century Barn featuring original oak beams and flagstone floor, for up to 60 guests.


Aston Hall

Aston Hall

Aston Hall is a peaceful haven surrounded by beautiful formal gardens and 50 acres of open parkland. The Great Hall is the perfect setting for your civil ceremony for up to 80 guests. Follow your ceremony with your wedding breakfast in the Stables to toast to your happily ever after.
For larger celebrations of up to 400 guests, the North Courtyard makes an ideal space for
marquees, and with Aston Hall as the backdrop, you and your guests will experience stunning
views on your special day.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

This Grade II* listed building provides a unique and sophisticated venue for your wedding reception andfrom the moment your guests enter this magnificent space they will be swept away. Its central location in the heart of Birmingham makes it an ideal venue for your guests. Your party will congregate in the Round Room, standing as it did in 1885 with its ornate glass domed ceiling and a beautiful collection of fine art on display. The Industrial Gallery will then play host to your wedding breakfast. Then prepare to dance the night away in the Edwardian Tearooms before setting off into the night as a newly married couple! 50 – 140 guests can be accomodated for seated dining at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, or 50 – 250 guests for a drinks reception or standing buffet.

Soho House
Offering elegance, charm and Georgian style, Soho House is a delightful setting for an intimate, romantic wedding. Your civil ceremony will take place in the Lunar Room, an 18th-century style
dining room brimming with history. Joined by up to 34 guests you will take your vows and sign the register on the original mahogany dining table that Matthew Boulton used in the 1700s.
Follow your ceremony with photographs in the enchanting 18th-century style garden before hosting your wedding breakfast in our modern and flexible events space. For parties of up to 75 people they are able to accommodate seated dining but for larger groups of up to 110 people the space works well
for a standing buffet. They are also able to accommodate small marquees in the gardens should
you prefer celebrating outside.

To plan your perfect day contact [email protected] Tel. 0121 348 8082 or visit

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