Built in 1831 St Albans Museum is one of Hertfordshire’s most unique historic wedding venues. The grade II listed Georgian building formerly used as St Albans’ town hall has recently been refurbished and repurposed as a museum, art gallery and elegant venue. From the moment you approach the grand white building with its large windows and impressive columns, it’s clear that this is a venue with a difference.
This magnificent building has a number of new additions including a hand excavated basement gallery and glazed links rooftop with breathtaking views across the stunning city centre.
The venue is the ideal choice for weddings ranging from the small and intimate to the large and grand offering a range of stunning rooms to choose from. The Assembly Room, with its ornate chandeliers and lustrous gold leaf, is perfect for a larger event with a seated capacity of 120 and standing capacity of 150. St Albans Museum also features a unique octagonal pre-Victorian Courtroom which is perfect for smaller gatherings, while the sleek, white basement gallery offers a versatile space on which to project your own personal touches.
For an even more unique and personal touch, why not add a tour of the museum’s exhibitions or a chance to see some fascinating artifacts up close? It’s the perfect way to get guests mingling and keep them amused as you’re being photographed or stealing a moment to yourselves.
When booking with the St Albans Museum you also have the option of exclusive use, enabling you to explore every inch of this wonderful space and enjoy your special day in a private environment.
To find out more and to view this fantastic venue, get in touch with the team directly.