London wedding venues search
Use the interactive map to view wedding reception venues in different areas of London. With over 300+ wedding venues in London you are sure to find the perfect venue. Just click on the London Borough of your choice and you'll be able to view all venues in the area on a map, as a list or offers and events in the area.
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Getting married in London:
Wedding venues for East End boys and West End girls. The boroughs that make up Greater London have scores of wonderful wedding venues. North London, South London, East London and West London can offer majestic hotels, tucked away Tudor manor houses, elegant guildhalls and world famous landmarks. There are gorgeous places of host a party or celebration just waiting to be discovered.
There are wedding venues that you will have seen in movies or on television. There are others than our almost secret locations for your marriage. The choice literally runs from palace to pub.
Did you know you could get hitched in a barn in London? Did you know that you could have your big day at the zoo? Or that you could be throwing confetti in a yacht club? There are restaurants with riverside views and you can even get married on a ship on the River Thames itself. All of this in the big smoke!
For a summer wedding, consider a botanical garden or a cricket ground. For a winter wedding, you could look at a museum or a Georgian country house. London has layer upon layer of history. Your venue hunt could delve back into the mists of time or place you right now in the modern city. Wherever you have in mind, be it Notting Hill, Holborn, Tottenham, Bloomsbury, Soho, Knightsbridge or Docklands there will be wedding venues to suit every budget.
London being so cosmopolitan, there are big halls for Asian weddings and other venues catering for Jewish weddings, Chinese ceremonies and Greek Cypriot receptions. From the city centre, via inner city London to outer London and the suburbs and on in to the Home Counties, the range of civil venues is stunning. So, if one of the Seven Sisters (Hazelwood?) is marrying the man on the Clapham omnibus (Harold Hill?) in Covent Garden, then get clicking.