Queen's House Greenwich Weddings
A 17th-century art and architectural gem, Queen’s House was conceptualised as a ‘House of Delight’ for James I’s wife, Queen Anne. The royal retreat – designed by Inigo Jones – impresses with its symmetrical elements, intricate architectural features and artistic treasures, offering a spectacular ambience for an unforgettable wedding day.
The Scene at Queen's House Greenwich
With iconic design details, a coveted London location and views towards the Thames across the lush north lawns – Queen’s House is an unrivalled choice of venue for your wedding. The building’s award-winning event spaces coupled with its green and lush outdoor areas, also offer attractive wedding photography opportunities. The venue has an approved suppliers list for catering, mandaps, flowers and entertainment to ensure your day can be designed to match your specifications.
Queen's House Greenwich Wedding Ceremonies
The Great Hall, as well as the Orangery and South Parlours, are licensed for wedding ceremonies. The historic Great Hall boasts original black-and-white geometric marble flooring, accommodating up to 120 guests. The Orangery and South Parlours are an apt choice for a more intimate ceremony for 40 guests. For Asian weddings with mandaps, a luxury marquee on the iconic South Lawns can be set up for up to 300 guests. The iconic Tulip Stairs leading up to the Great Hall provides a fantastic backdrop for wedding photographs.
Queen's House Greenwich Wedding Receptions
Wedding receptions at the Queen’s House can be tailored to match a couple’s individual needs. The 40-foot cube-shaped Great Hall is characterised by its black-and-white marble flooring, high ceilings and tall windows. With natural light streaming in softly, the room provides a romantic setting for wedding ceremonies and receptions. It is ideal for a seated dinner or wedding breakfast.
The south-facing Orangery and South Parlours are bathed in natural light and provide a picture-perfect location for a boutique wedding breakfast or a standing reception. Doors from here open to reveal the rolling South Lawns. Host up to 150 guests for a pre-dinner drinks reception in the gravelled area outside the house. A banquet-style dinner for 40 can be organised indoors.
After dinner, head to Undercroft – located beneath the Great Hall – for some dancing and post-dinner entertainment. The space can host up to 150 guests comfortably.
For large-scale receptions following your mandap ceremony, The National Maritime Museum provides a unique setting for up to 500 guests for a banquet-style dinner.
Supplier packages typically start from £150 per guest. Bar services need to be hired separately. Speak with the events team for their approved supplier’s list. Exclusive venue hire is available during the event’s duration.
Please note: The Queen’s House will be open to the public during this time. However, event spaces remain private and inaccessible.
Wedding Photography Near Queen’s House Greenwich
The vast grounds of the Queen’s House, National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory provide some of the most stunning views in picturesque Greenwich. It’s no wonder that these spots are popular for wedding photography and filming.Request A Viewing
Wedding Venue Details
Spaces At This Venue
The Great Hall
The Great Hall is one of the most iconic indoor venues in the Queen's House. The site features high ceilings with gold leaf work by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright. The black-and-white geometric flooring, coupled with tall windows serve to craft a unique setting for a wide range of events. The venue has a maximum capacity of 120 guests.Read More
Orangery and South Parlours
Located on the south side of the Queen's house, the Orangery and South Parlours are intimate event areas ideal for corporate meetings, ceremonies and private dinners. Doors from the Orangery open up to the expansive South Lawns. Fantastic photo opportunities are available here around the colonnades.Read More
Undercroft is made up of a series of connecting vaulted spaces beneath the Great Hall. It offers a blank canvas helping you design your event, your way. The area is ideal for a post-dinner drink and dance on your wedding day or a casual party with up to 150 guests.Read More
- National Maritime Museum
- Old Royal Naval College / University of Greenwich
- Cutty Sark
- Greenwich Park
- Royal Observatory Greenwich
- Greenwich Foot Tunnel / River Thames
- Greenwich Market
- Sticks’n’Sushi Greenwich
- Bill’s Greenwich Restaurant
- Bianco43 Greenwich
- Rivington Greenwich
- De Vere Devonport House
- The Admiral Hardy
- Innkeeper’s Collection London, Greenwich
- ibis London Greenwich
My wife and I got married here and Queens House was an incredible setting for our marriage. You have everything from the fine interior to grand open view of Greenwich park. Simply stunning.
The symmetry and balance of the building makes it so beautiful, truly a house of delight.
The Queen’s House is one of the most iconic London wedding venues around. Formerly a Royal residence with stunning views over the River Thames and Canary Wharf, it’s now part of the Royal Museums in Greenwich, and available for exclusive hire […] The perfectly cubed Great Hall is a beautiful setting for the wedding breakfast, and the Tulip Stairs provide a memorable entrance for wedding guests.
Frequently Asked Questions
A full-day venue hire (including the ceremony) costs £12,500 + VAT. Pricing for evening hire is £7,000 + VAT. Supplier packages typically start from £150 per guest.
Queen’s House can accommodate between 5-120 guests for intimate ceremonies, mandap weddings and large-scale receptions in the lawns.
Event timings are from 2pm-12am. An extension until 1am is available on request for an additional fee of £500+VAT.
Weddings at the Queen’s House can be customised for every individual couple. Whether it’s an indoor wedding celebration in the historic event rooms, or in a luxurious marquee on South Lawns, every aspect is planned down to the last detail. The venue has an accredited suppliers list to cater to wedding needs like entertainment, food, drinks, flower, decorations and more.
Guests attending events at the Queen’s House could book accommodation at these nearby hotels:
- De Vere Devonport House – Room prices from £128
- The Admiral Hardy – Room prices from £99
- Innkeeper’s Collection London, Greenwich – Room prices from £58
Onsite parking is available for visitors with disabilities and needs to be booked in advance. For others, off-street pay-and-display car parks are available in Greenwich Park (maximum 4 hours). Alternatively, visitors could park in the secure public car park at the National Maritime Museum. Five on-site parking spots are also included in your venue hire.