Founded in 1675 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, The Royal Observatory Greenwich provides an inspirational setting for ceremonies and receptions.
Flamsteed House was the first part of the Observatory to be built. It was intended as a home for the Astronomer Royal and for entertaining guests. The latter of these traditions still continue to this day.
To the south of Flamsteed House is the Peter Harrison Planetarium. This modern, versatile venue with contemporary lines and abundant light, houses the late-Victorian Astronomy Centre.
These sophisticated wedding venues positioned exclusively on top of the hill one of London’s oldest royal parks, boasts a unique vista across Maritime Greenwich, Canary Wharf and the City of London.
Owing to the venues exclusive location, guests are required to be transported into and out of the venue by vehicle when the park closes.