London plays host to a range of memorable wedding venues that are as special and unique as the couples that choose to get married there.
 
The EDF Energy London Eye
Couples can celebrate their big day in a private capsule on the EDF Energy London Eye. The capsule can be specially decorated with flowers and the ceremony timed to enable a couple to exchange their vows at the very top of the wheel, surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
 
Eltham Palace and Gardens
The unique combination of styles at Eltham Palace renders it one of the most unusual wedding venues in London. Couples can choose to hold their ceremony in the medieval Great Hall or in the stunning palace gardens at this 1930s Art Deco venue.
 
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Kew Gardens provides the ideal natural setting for weddings; couples can choose from a range of stylish venues within these famous grounds. The sophisticated former royal residence of Cambridge Cottage, the stunning, nineteenth-century Nash Conservatory and the unique Prince of Wales Conservatory all allow couples to exchange their vows surrounded by the beauty of nature.
 
HMS Belfast
On HMS Belfast, couples can sail into married life in style. Acclaimed as one of the world's top wedding locations and benefiting from a backdrop of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, couples on the HMS Belfast will be sure to take home some from fantastic photos from their big day.
 
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Nestled in one of the prettiest villages in London, Dulwich Picture Gallery is a magnificent setting for weddings. With Old Master paintings from Rembrandt and Rubens lining the walls and space for a large marquee in the landscaped gardens, this beautiful venue is the perfect destination for art lovers who choose to get married here.
 
One Great George Street
One Great George Street is an award-winning wedding venue located in the heart of London, surrounded by many of the city’s most recognised landmarks, including the Houses of Parliament, St. James’ Park and Westminster Abbey. This stunning four-domed Edwardian building is the picture-perfect venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
 
Ealing Town Hall
Built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, the dramatic Grade II-listed Ealing Town Hall’s seven function rooms retain their original features, adding a sense of occasion to the weddings held here. Couples may choose to celebrate their special day in the gothic Victoria Hall or the more contemporary Princes Hall.
 
ZSL London Zoo
ZSL London Zoo provides a unique venue for animal lovers to tie the knot. The Mappin Pavilion, a striking Grade II-listed building located in close proximity to Bear Mountain, provides a distinctive backdrop for wedding ceremonies. Couples who marry here contribute to supporting the protection of animals and their natural habitats.

The Science Museum
For those with a love for science, London’s renowned Science Museum is the place to get hitched. While the Director’s Suite is licensed to hold civil weddings, the Science Museum’s diverse collection of galleries, ranging from the futuristic to the traditional, can hold receptions able to fascinate and entertain like no other. The venue is in close proximity to Millennium & Copthorne hotels’ Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington Hotel - one of the most eminent four-star hotels in London.