History Stationers' Hall has a rich and incredible history to share with prospective couples. An ancient Livery Hall which has been welcoming historic figures since the Elizabethan era, guests are sure to recognise some of the famous names on the Honorary Freemen and Liverymen board. Such as, W.H.Smith from 1880, Sir James Barrie Bart the author of Peter Pan and Rudyard Kipling the author of The Jungle Book. The Hall was completed 1673 after The Great Fire of London and still to this day retains plenty of its original splendour. The magnificent oak wood panelled interiors are beautifully lit with hues from the stained glass windows which provide an ecclesiastical and majestic ambience for your wedding. With the flexibility of the inter-connecting spaces which you have exclusive use of, Stationers' Hall is the perfect venue for your wedding, no matter how 'different' you may want it to be.