Explore London’s most unusual wedding venues

With so many wedding venues in London, it can be difficult to find ‘the one’ that will make your day stand out. To suit all types of celebrations, we’ve compiled a list of London’s most unique venues for weddings.

Old Royal Naval CollegeGreenwich’s Old Royal Naval College has been described as “the Sistine Chapel in the UK” and is one of the most beautiful venues London has to offer.

It is a British landmark that cannot be closed to the public on your wedding day. However, the iconic architecture, location, and masterpiece of The Painted Hall, which took 19 years to build, make it worth the wait.

Plaisterers’ Hall
This Central London venue is distinguished by its elegant, ornate interiors and neoclassical architecture. Plaisterers Hall is a beautiful venue with extravagant decor and glimmering chandeliers.ThCentury-old opulence, but all the technology facilities are modern, state of-the-art amenities.

You can customize lighting and use sophisticated audio-visual systems to bring your day to life in any venue.

Royal Institute of British Architects, (RIBA).
The Royal Institute of British Architects is a place that allows you to step back in history, making it one of London’s most unique venues for weddings.

Portland Place, a Grade II listed venue – a street known for its decadent Georgian architecture — features Art Deco and original 1930s fixtures throughout. It also has floor-to-ceiling glass and a triple-height atrium.

Goldsmiths’ Hall
Goldsmiths Hall, a Grade I listed venue, is richly decorated with gold leaf and features a grand, impressive staircase. Each of the four spaces at Goldsmiths’ Hall are unique and majestic. They include stained glass windows and Corinthian columns as well as stunning chandeliers and paintings.

The epitome luxury is Goldsmiths’ Hall, which was used to set Buckingham Palace in Netflix’s hit show The Crown. It’s only two minutes away from St. Paul’s by foot.

The Vaults at RSA House
The Strand’s hidden treasure, the Vaults, is located beneath RSA House. Exposed 18ThThe Vaults, which have a private entrance and century brickwork, can be hired exclusively for weddings up to 220 people.

The Vaults have their own cloakroom, bathroom, and sound system. They are ideal for self-contained weddings.

Dartmouth House
Dartmouth House, a home away from home is not the kind of place you would expect to find in London. The Georgian townhouse was once a private residence. It has retained its homely feel, with a grand marble staircase and private courtyard, original fireplace, piano, and a luxurious Mayfair postcode.

The elegant interiors are filled with calm blues and elegant details. It is decorated in 18 thcentury style, and features full-length sash windows. There is also rococo coving at the ceilings.

It is licensed for wedding ceremonies. 30% of the event proceeds goes to the English-Speaking Union.