About Eltham Palace
Eltham Palace and Gardens located in the royal borough of Greenwich, South London, is a magnificent unoccupied royal residence which dates back to the 14th Century built during the reign of King Edward II and was the childhood home of King Henry VIII during the 16th Century. In the 1930’s it was redeveloped by Sir Stephen Courtauld who restored the Great Hall and built up the interior house in the art deco style, which is widely regarded as a masterpiece of modern design.
At Eltham Palace you can enjoy a truly unique setting for your big day, by combining stylish modern art deco with medieval history.
WEDDINGS AT ELTHAM PALACE
Eltham Palace is the perfect choice for couples with a love of English history and art style.
The Entrance Hall, a circular wood panelled room can host up to 100 guests for the ceremony. Flanked by a pair of curved staircases, the bride can feel like royalty as they exchange vows under the canopy of the magnificent glass dome.
The Great Hall, with its soaring oak hammerbeam roof, can host up to 200 guests. Whilst it can be used for larger ceremonies it is normally used for dining and dancing in the historical space.
The Gardens, complete with a moated flower garden is the ideal space for your guests to toast to your future on the flagstone terrace. A truly unique and wonderful setting for wedding photography.
If you are getting married there we would love to help make your big day that extra special.
For more information about booking the venue, please contact Sam at [email protected] and visit their website: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/venue-hire/weddings/wedding-venue-finder/weddings-eltham-palace/
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