Built in 1866, this newly refurbished Victorian library is a unique and historic wedding venue nestled in Birmingham’s vibrant city centre. Radiating in romance, The Old Library offers a versatile space for weddings of up to 150 guests.
Your ceremony will take place in the main room in front of the stunning original Victorian windows, this beautiful light and airy room is the perfect place to say ‘I do’ in front of your friends and family.
You can toast your marriage during a drinks reception in Nomad, a quirky and relaxed space ideal for enjoying drinks, canapés and a catch-up! This is also a great opportunity to capture some wedding photographs within the building and in the quirky surroundings outside.
The ceremony room will be transformed into your wedding breakfast space, with dedicated chefs, delicious menus and literary themed cocktails served at the bar. Following your meal, you can dance the night away!
With Birmingham’s key transport links, top hotels and attractions on the doorstep, it’s the ideal place to extend the party into a weekend, allowing you to truly relax and enjoy the celebrations.
Our dedicated wedding team are here to help you create your perfect wedding day. Our many years of experience will help guide you through the planning, ensuring that your day is everything you wanted.
If The Old Library sounds like the wedding venue for you, contact us today to arrange a viewing and to find out more.
Reviews for The Old Library
Recommended by 100% of couples
Chantelle and James · Married on 10/08/2019
“Can I just say another huge thank you to you and your team. I can't express how grateful we are to you for helping us with the best day of our lives! So many people commented on how wonderful you were throughout the day.”Sent on 30/09/2019
Allouise and James · Married on 26/07/2019
“We’ve been overwhelmed by the wonderful compliments from all our guests on the venue, the staff and the food!! We had a chorus of ‘best wedding food ever’ to a barrage of enquires chiming ‘can we take left overs home.”Sent on 30/09/2019