The Windsor Guildhall
Type:Conferences & Weddings Conferences Category
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Situated in the heart of the vibrant town of Windsor, The Windsor Guildhall is a stunning private hire venue, ideal for weddings, dinners, event hire and filming opportunities. Offering a flexible and affordable approach to all our clients, we were the chosen wedding venue of Their Majesties The King and The Queen Consort (when they were The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall), as well as that of Sir Elton John and David Furnish.
We believe in celebrating love in all its forms and offer a warm welcome to all couples across the United Kingdom and beyond. Royal Borough residents are eligible for a discount of up to £200 on the room hire fee when they use their Advantage Card.
All our bookings gain exclusive hire of the magnificent Council Chamber, which is an ideal backdrop for ceremonies of all sizes. Flooded with natural daylight, surrounded by royal portraits of the last five centuries and lit by the glittering chandeliers (on loan from the Royal Collection Trust on behalf of The Monarch), the Council Chamber is a stunning room in which to tie the knot or host an event.
We are a popular choice for small, intimate weddings but can also cater for larger wedding parties of up to 100 people. You can also opt to have a drinks reception after your ceremony or you can include dining for your guests too.
Find out more including hire prices, contact details, opening times and venue hire options available on our Weddings and Civil Ceremonies page.
Please view our wedding brochure for more information, or get in touch with our event co-ordinator to talk through your ideas for your wedding. If you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details we will get back to you.
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Leave the M4 at Jnt 6, the M3 at Jnt 3 or the M25 at Jnt 13. Follow signs to Windsor Town Centre and the Castle. Windsor Guildhall is on the right passed the statue of Queen Victoria. Parking is available within the town. Closest to Windsor Guildhall is Victoria Street car park (SL4 1EG) and York House car park (SL4 1DD) (available Monday to Friday from 6pm and all day Saturday and Sunday). Windsor has designated coach parking adjacent Central Station.
By direct train from London Waterloo or from London Paddington via Slough, walk up the High Street towards the Castle and Windsor Guildhall is on the right passed the statue of Queen Victoria.
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