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Ceremonies at the Guildhall
Conveniently located in the centre of Rochester, the charm and
historical atmosphere of the Guildhall provides a memorable setting
for your wedding, baby naming ceremony, renewal of vows or civil
Civil ceremonies are held in the Guildhall Chamber, on the upper
floor of the Guildhall Museum in Rochester High Street.
The Guildhall was built in 1687 and has been used in past
centuries as a town hall, entertainment venue, court and council
chamber. The chamber is a fine example of 17th century interior
decoration, with its magnificent painted plaster ceilings. The room
is decorated with large oil paintings of monarchs and local
dignitaries. Chandeliers help enhance the historic atmosphere of
A red-carpeted, sweeping staircase leads you to the chamber
entrance, where you will be spellbound by the grandeur of this
historic venue. The glittering chandeliers offer the perfect soft
ambience for every ceremony. This relaxed atmosphere will ensure
your special day will be one to remember.
Once the formalities are over why not find your perfect location
for celebratory photographs in the breathtaking city of Rochester?
The castle and cathedral offer the perfect backdrop for that
More information is available to download:
The Guildhall is conveniently situated close to the A2 in
There is nearby car
- Corporation Street (long stay)
- Boley Hill
- Rochester Cathedral
- Kings Head (disabled only).
Normal pay and display charges apply.
To hire the Guildhall, please call 01634