Featuring impressive columns and huge windows this Grade II Listed Georgian building was originally constructed in 1831, and has recently been refurbished and repurposed from its former use as a Town Hall to a museum, art gallery and events venue. In fact, the St Albans Museum & Gallery has now become one of Hertfordshire’s most unique wedding venues.
This grand white building sets the tone of your wedding with stately magnificence. Inside, you will find a hand-excavated basement gallery, a glazed-links rooftop with beautiful views across St Albans city centre, and an enviable range of wedding spaces for you to choose from.
The Assembly Room – featuring ornate chandeliers, exquisite gold leaf decor and enormous windows, The Assembly Room can seat up to 120 people (up 150 standing) and is ideal for larger celebrations.
Octagonal Courtroom – the pre-Victorian, and unique octagonal Courtroom is perfect for smaller weddings of up to 60 people.
Basement Gallery – the sleek, all-white Basement Gallery provides a flexible, blank canvas space for you to style to your personal tastes and has capacity for up to 60 guests.
You will also enjoy exclusive use of the venue and will have access to some exceptional entertainment and catering services.
Add an Art Gallery Tour
For an even more unique touch, why not include a tour into the mix; not only does it give you and your guests the chance to view the museum and gallery’s exhibitions close-up, it is the perfect way to get your guests mingling whilst you have any formal photos taken.
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