History Say 'I do' in the centre of the cosmopolitan spa town of Cheltenham, surrounded by stunning regency buildings. Constructed in 1902-3, this Grade II-listed buildings creation was inspired by and in commemoration of the marriage between King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. Originally, Cheltenham Town Hall was built to provide an appropriate space for the higher classes of society to gather and celebrate socially, in the form of balls and concerts. Still used for functions, you can host an incredible wedding within its walls. Like many of the Regency styles of Cheltenham's buildings, the Town Hall is a prime example of romantic architecture, with an impressive double-storey order of Corinthian columns to boot, providing the perfect fairy tale backdrop. The interior is, simply put, stunning.