Exeter Guildhall
Congratulations on your engagement and may we wish you a fulfilled, happy ever after…..

If you are looking for a wedding venue steeped in history, you have definitely come to the right place.

The Guildhall has served as the centrepiece of Exeter's civic life for more than 800 years and has now opened its large oak doors for Weddings and Civil Partnerships.

One of the oldest buildings in Exeter, the Guildhall is not only a structure of outstanding architectural interest, but remains a busy working building, still used regularly for a variety of civic functions

Many of the dramatic events of Exeter's history were played out here. Since the Middle Ages Kings have been received and entertained here. In the 15th Century men and women were confined overnight in the hall before facing execution the next day on a scaffold outside. Here the Tudor Chamber met to take action against rebellious armies outside the city walls, and determined the city's course as it rose to commercial prosperity; men and women had been sentenced to the gallows or deported from here; Lord Mayors have been elected; Members of Parliament have been chosen; Honorary Aldermen were appointed… now you too can make history.

Why not get married in the Great Hall with Portraits of Princess Henrietta Anne (the only member of the Royal Family to be born in Exeter); General Monk KG, 1st Duke of Albemarle; George II as Prince of Wales (to name a few) look down on you while you say “I Will”. With high stained glass windows, dark wooden panels, a fine brass chandelier what more could you ask for a medieval/gothic venue.

From tying the knot to renewing your vows you have come to the right venue. So why not add your special day to t
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