Oxford Town Hall is a stunning venue for civil marriage ceremonies and wedding receptions in the heart of Oxford. Our venue gives you the opportunity to hold your special day in an impressive historic setting to help make it a day to remember for everyone involved.

Oxford Town Hall is perfect for a ceremony, drinks reception, wedding breakfast or fully seated dining reception and can accommodate up to 300 wedding guests in one of our three magnificent wood panelled rooms. If you want a more intimate ceremony and reception we also have a number of smaller rooms to choose from.

This is your day. We pride ourselves on presentation, service and quality so be assured of our complete and immediate attention to all your needs to make your special day memorable.

Please allow us the opportunity to discuss your Ceremony and Reception in more detail.

Please contact the Town Hall Bookings Team for a bespoke quote.

St Aldates
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX1 1BX

Tel: 01865252195
Website: http://www.oxford.gov.uk/PageRender/decTH/Oxford_Town_Hall_occw.htm

Natalie has been an LGBT journalist for 12 years and joined the Fyne team in 2001. Her interests outside of work are cycling, running and badminton. She is also studying for a degree in psychology.

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