Built for pleasure, socialising, relaxation and grand splendour, these buildings make for the perfect - and highly unique - venue for a wedding celebration.
The Pump Room
The Pump Room building was refurbished in 1795 as a meeting-place for the upper echelons of Georgian Bath's society. With its ten-metre-high ceiling and refined neo-Classical decorations, today it operates as a renowned restaurant and a prestigious events space. Those looking to host their wedding celebrations in the Roman Baths would most likely seat their formal reception meal in The Pump Room.
Formal Meal Capacity - 200. Available from 8pm.
Several metres below modern street level, the 2000-year old Roman Baths present an enchanting setting in which to host a drinks reception, or perhaps to conduct your wedding ceremony. Imagine your guests sipping on champagne in the unique atmosphere of these ancient baths, draped in that iconic ethereal and golden mist.
Ceremonies at the Roman Baths are available at two specific times per day, as part of the Sunrise and Sunset packages, in order to accommodate the public opening times of the museum.
Sunrise Package- from 8.30am
Perfect for more intimate weddings, this is a stunning location and atmospheric time of day for a truly unique start to married life. Following your ceremony, you have the option of enjoying a wedding breakfast in the Pump Room above or you are free to continue your celebrations elsewhere.
Perfect for just the wedding couple or up to 200 guests, of course, this could be followed by a champagne drinks reception on the Terrace or in the Reception Hall.
Sunset Package- from 7pm
Once the museum has closed to the public, the Roman Baths will be exclusively yours for a magical and romantic evening ceremony and reception.
Minimum 80 guests with exclusive hire of the whole building (as it's closed).
The long and enclosed Terrace overlooks the Roman Baths and is perfect for a formal meal.
Formal Meal Capacity - 80. Available from 7pm onwards. Not available in July or August
The Reception Hall
The adjoining Reception Hall accepts visitors to the museum during the day, but after 7pm makes a perfect room for dancing the night away during evening parties. The modern and stylish reception desk can be transformed into a bar, and space made for a dancefloor. This room could be used for dining too!
Formal Meal Capacity - 70. Available from 7pm onward. (Not available in July or August
Drinks Reception Capacity - 150. Available from 7pm onward. (Not available in July or August
The Kingston Room and The Drawing Room
These chambers are ideal for (slightly) smaller ceremonies. With elegant Georgian interiors and offering amazing views of the Abbey and Kingston Parade, these rooms are actually available during the day, and all year round.
Civil Wedding Ceremony Capacity - 50 (Kingston Room), 40 (Drawing
Formal Meal Capacity - 40
For additional iconic or historic buildings in Bath see the Guildhall or Victoria Art Gallery.
The Roman Baths