Historic wedding venues are ideal for couples who want to host an event in a truly unique space with abundant charm. Whether it’s a historic home, a vintage-style ballroom, or a treasured landmark, there are lots of historic wedding venues to suit every style. You can tailor your theme to match a historic wedding venue’s history, making your big day all the more special.
Crook Hall & Gardens is a historic wedding venue nestled on the banks of the River Wear in Durham, England that serves couples all over the United Kingdom. They offer multiple locations for both your ceremony and reception, including a 13th century medieval hall. Couples and their guests will enjoy... (Historic Weddings Durham)
Kindred is a historic wedding venue located in Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom. A contemporary space located in Bradmore House, a three-storey tall Grade II listed building, Kindred is a gathering place in the heart of the city, ideal for an intimate wedding reception. Facilities and Capacity... (Historic Weddings London)
The historic Newtown Castle is located in the heart of the Burren in the West of Ireland. The tower has occupied a prominent position in the village of Ballyvaughan since the 16th century. Having lain derelict for many years, the castle's restoration began in 1994, completed in time for the opening... (Historic Weddings Liverpool)
Shaw House Weddings is a wedding venue in Newbury, West Berkshire. For the first time in the 500 year history of the house, it will be open for weddings and events. It is a 16th century grade I listed country house estate located less than 10 minutes off the M4, J13, near Newbury. Shaw House has no... (Historic Weddings Oxford)
Drakestone House is a rustic wedding venue located in the Gloucestershire countryside in the United Kingdom. With idyllic views overlooking 30 miles, nestled in the Cotswolds, this wedding destination is one to help your day become truly special. Facilities and Capacity Situated on a private 10-acre... (Historic Weddings Gloucester)