Enjoy a ceremony full of character and charm at The Guildhall Museum
About The Guildhall Museum
Built in 1687, The Guildhall Museum is located in the heart of Rochester and is bursting with character and charm, creating a truly captivating setting for your ceremony.
It maintains its 17th century design with magnificent painted plaster ceilings and large decorative oil paintings.
The museum was founded in 1897, in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
The stunning 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.
Ceremonies at The Guildhall Museum
The Guildhall is managed by the Medway Register Office and is available for ceremonies on Saturdays.
For weekday ceremonies, standard rates apply.
Civil ceremonies are held in the Guildhall Chamber on the upper floor.
The Guildhall Musuem is ceremony only.
Cermonies: 70 people seated and 20 standing
Features: Large chandeliers, sweeping staircases and tall ceilings.
Accessibility: The ceremony room is on the top floor and isn't wheelchair accessible.
Date licenced: 1 September 2016 (5 year licence)
Get in touch to find out more about hiring the venue for your special day.
Phone: 01634 332 680
How to find us
The Guildhall Museum
17 High Street
Getting to The Guildhall Museum
By train: Rochester Train Station
By bus: 191, 140, 173, 700 bus services
Car parking: Car parks are a short walk from the venue.