Jersey Museum is a beautiful wedding venue located in St. Saviour, Jersey. This unique space is a museum and art gallery, providing historical context and information related to the rich culture and traditions of the island. The ideal location to host your ceremony and reception, the museum is set on a quiet street near the charming Old Harbour. With all of the amenities that modern couples are looking for, this venue is sure to provide a memorable experience you'll cherish for a lifetime.
Facilities and Capacity
The Jersey Museum is set inside a converted Victorian townhouse with many of its original details still intact. Accommodating up to 60, you may host a special ceremony in the gas-lit drawing room as your nearest and dearest lovingly look on. After you say 'I do' the sun-drenched courtyard provides the ideal place to host a cocktail reception, an intimate dinner, or your lively reception. This outdoor space contains stunning foliage and the scent of fresh lavender fills the air, creating an atmosphere of romance for a night of celebration.
This venue's team can provide all the support you need to get the wedding planning off to a productive start. The onsite wedding coordinator can guide the process to help ensure the flawless execution of your special day. They offer the flexibility to choose between in-house catering or hiring a private caterer for your event. The reception space contains plenty of room for either seated or buffet-style dinner service. Allow your guests to imbibe in their beverage of choice, as the premises has an alcohol license. The venue is also licensed for entertainment, so you and your guests can feel free to dance the night away. With confetti cannons permitted, you might add a bit of magic to an already unforgettable day.
The largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey is located in the waters between England and France. The town of St. Saviour is an urbanised community just east of the capital, Saint Helier.