The Top Unique Wedding Venues in London
Venuebility is a website booking platform designed to connect wedding planners and exclusive London wedding venues together, proving users with a selection of the best unique wedding venues for hire in London. There’s no denying the beauty of a rustic barn wedding venue or the grandeur of a stately home, but for many couples, their wedding demands a venue which is truly unique. We have put together a unique collection of unusual wedding venues designed with the happy couple in mind.
SW1A 2ER, Central London
Designed by Inigo Jones for James I, it was built in the Palladian style and is one of England's earliest classical buildings. The stunning Main Hall offers a light and open reception space for guests. There can also be additions of lounge furniture, dance-floor or decoration to suit your event or celebration.
National Portrait Gallery - Early 20th Century Galleries
WC2H 0HE, Central London
The newly renovated Early 20th Century Galleries offer a revitalised display of a key turning point in British history. A beautifully poignant, visual transition of figures from the 1900s until the 1960s creates a captivating atmosphere.
Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn - Old Hall & Crypt
WC2A 3TL, Central London
The Old Hall, dating back to 1490, is a wonderful example of beautifully maintained Tudor architecture with original roof timbers, stained glass windows featuring armorial bearings, and Hogarth’s painting of “Paul Before Felix”.
Chiswick House & Gardens - Chiswick House
W4 2QN, West London
Created by the third Earl of Burlington, Chiswick House is the earliest example of neo-Palladian design in England. A spectacular venue for a party or celebration, you can be sure it will create a memorable backdrop for your guests. The perfect spot to say 'I do'.
Lumiere London - The New White Loft
N1 7JQ, North London
The New White Loft is a beautiful contemporary and bright space, perfect for photo and film shoots, corporate events, conferences or any other creative activity that requires a blank canvas. It is located on the third floor, right next door to the Chalet breakout area and more intimate New Victorian Loft.
Hampton Court Palace - Little Banqueting House
Built for William III, the Little Banqueting House is set slightly away from the main palace in the palace formal gardens. This is a very ornate venue with a rich sense of majesty and history and can be approached by river boat as an extra unique feature.