Assembly Rooms Bath Wedding Venue

Assembly Rooms, Bath

The Assembly Rooms, Bath

If you’re after a historic setting for your wedding day, or fancy re-creating a period-drama vibe, then the 18th Century Grade-I listed Bath stone beauty that is the Bath Assembly Rooms is a real find! The four interconnecting rooms available for you if you choose the Assembly Rooms for your wedding venue in Bath are of varying sizes and can accommodate up to a whopping 500 guests for a ceremony in The Great Ballroom. From the marvellous Great Octagon with its marble fireplaces and huge chandelier to the double-columned balcony of the Tea Room, you’re sure to find a space that suits your needs for your Bath wedding.

If you choose the Assembly Rooms, Bath as your perfect Somerset wedding venue, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to opportunities for wedding photographs in the surrounding area. A stone’s throw from the incredible Circus, a masterpiece of Georgian architecture made up of three curved segments of Grade-I listed townhouses, it can only be rivalled by its nearby neighbour, The Royal Crescent, both designed by the architect John Wood, the Elder, and are said to represent the sun and moon. Royal Victoria Park is also within strolling distance but if you don’t feel like dragging yourself away from the party for too long, there are plenty of cobbled and flagstoned streets in the area surrounding the Assembly Rooms, flanked by elegant buildings made from the traditional honey-hued Bath stone.

I have to admit to a little bias here as Bath is the city where I have made my home and therefore I could sing its praises all night! The Assembly Rooms is a beautiful venue for a city wedding and it certainly won’t disappoint for your Bath wedding photography!

Do check out Gemma and Sean’s Bath Assembly Rooms Wedding Photography for more of what a gorgeous wedding in Bath looks like!

Looking for a Bath Assembly Rooms wedding photographer? Please do get in touch via the contact page, I’d love to hear from you!


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