Garden Museum Weddings
- Can accommodate 120 for a sit-down dinner or 250 for a reception
- Stunning garden designed by the award-winning Dan Pearson
- Choose from a range of exceptional caterers
- Event planning assistance from our in-house experts
- Late licence option
- Dancing and amplified music available at the venue
The main space for events and entertaining is the Nave which can accommodate up to 200 for a standing event or 120 people for a seated dinner at round tables. With its soaring pillars, large vaulted ceilings, beautiful stained glass windows and the marriage of traditional and contemporary architectural installations, the Nave is a perfect area to host your wedding breakfast followed by dancing or evening entertainment.
The Sackler Garden
The Sackler Garden eis inspired by the long history of plant hunters and collectors – perfectly complements the traditional architecture of the main church and the stunning new contemporary cloister crafted from bronze and glass. The garden is perfect for pre-dinner receptions for up to 120 or smaller exclusive dinners for up to 30.
The Museum has a host of trusted suppliers that they work with, from caterers providing menus inspired by the gardens, using seasonal ingredients to expert florists who focus on bringing the stunning gardens and blooms from the outside indoors as an extra special centrepiece for your day.
Book your exclusive viewing
Walk through our stunning venue with with one of our wedding coordinators for a complimentary consultation. See for yourself how Garden Museum is the ideal venue for your wedding
The Museum easily seats up to 120 guests for dinner in the main space, The Nave, beneath the beautiful stained glass windows and medieval architecture. There is also plenty of room for drinks and dancing in the same space when dinner has ended.
The breathtaking interior is very versatile and an informal party style reception works equally as well as a formal sit down meal, the choice is completely yours.
The team at Garden Museum understand that you want your wedding to be unique and reflect you as a couple and so they encourage you to use the venue in a way that makes your celebration as special as possible.
Garden Museum is amazing venue when it comes to wedding in London. From outside you got beautiful view on the Westminster and Big Ben. Inside you got access to massive hall which on the evening turn to be dance floor. Fabulous place for wedding in London...
Situated next door to Lambeth Palace on the South Bank of the Thames in an old church (St Mary at Lambeth), it is a beautiful building and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and the oldest building in Lambeth. One of London's hidden atmospheric gems!
It was lovely. Will be recommending this to friends and family.
The setting is charming. I would recommend a wander round the grounds. Almost rural.
Mara S S
I did love it..it is so tranquil. Such a good use of an old church.
Enchanting space in an old church displaying garden memorabilia.
Helpful staff and fascinating building to house it all.
A fascinating place. Amazing view of the Thames and Lambeth Palace, from the tower.
Some of the best food I have had in London. Lovely setting, great atmosphere and food to match.
Beautifully presented and very interesting. What a wonderful way to make use of an unneeded church.
The new garden is beautiful with a selection of different plants. The new building is stunning and the whole refurbishment is a triumph.
The biggest kept secret for weddings in London. We were there last Saturday and had the most fabulous time, including the wedding dinner in the wonderful church. The gardens, welcome are just perfect. We loved it all....
Magical place, beautiful exhibitions, lovely garden and very nice people.