TOP 10 WEDDING VENUES

London.

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One.

Barbican Centre, one of the most unusual venues in London for weddings - a lush tropical oasis home to exotic fish and 1,800 species of tropical plants.

Two.

Asylum Chapel, a Grade II listed building, built in 1826 by the Licensed Victualers Benevolent Institution for use by the residents of Caroline Gardens. Bombed in WWII this venue has a haunting charm. 

Three.

Kew Gardens, from enchanting gardens to iconic buildings, their venue is designed to create an
unforgettable experience for you and your guests.

Four.

The Ned, set in the former Midland Bank building, The Ned was designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens
in 1924, channeling 1920s and 1930s design.

Five.

Natural History Museum, as one of London's most iconic venues, they have a grant of approval to
hold ceremonies and receptions in twelve of their galleries. 

Six.

Dartmouth House, home of The English-Speaking Union, is an elegant mansion set in the heart of London’s Mayfair.

Seven.

Cafe Royal, A Luxury destination that marries classic and contemporary, Soho and Mayfair. From the simple to the stately, intimate to the extravagant.

Eight.

Bluebird Restaurant, their events team is made up of experienced and passionate wedding planners, here to manage every detail of your perfect day in West London

Nine.

Fulham Palace, built in 704 AD, acquired by Bishop Waldhere. It served as a Bishop’s residence for over 12 centuries.

Ten.

Searcys At The Gherkin, as the sun sets, London lights up around you and celebrations get into full swing. Start
your lifelong journey together among spectacular views of London at this icon of modern architecture.