LONDON WETLAND CENTRE
THE NITTY GRITTY
Ceremony: Up to 110; Reception: Up to 200
Licensed for Marriages & Civil Partnerships: Yes
Catering: In house; Bar: In house.
Facilities Include: Within the spectacular setting of this world famous conservation site a number of unique rooms are available to hire for your special day. Additional facilities include: Event Organiser Free Parking, Disabled Parking, Free Wi-Fi, In-house Catering, Late Alcohol Licence, Lift, Multilingual Staff, On site Security.
Suppliers: Choose from a preferred suppliers list.
Late License: Yes.
Child Friendly: Yes
Pets: No pets.
WWT London Wetland Centre - Natural
An incredibly unique green venue to hold an event surrounded by a sanctuary of birds, wildlife, wildflower gardens, trees and ponds. Surprise and inspire your guests whilst directly contributing to the conservation works of the wildfowl and wetlands trust.
Within the spectacular setting of this world famous conservation site a number of unique rooms are available to hire for daytime and evening wedding celebrations. All rooms have disabled access and are licensed for civil partnerships and marriage ceremonies.
Spaces include a beautiful split level, heated Observatory, perfect for drinks receptions, and with a large 20m x 8m viewing window allowing panoramic views across the reserve.
The Water’s Edge room is a light and spacious room, ideal for wedding receptions and anniversaries. It offers beautiful views and opens out onto a wooden decked balcony.
The Tower provides an intimate, informal room, ideal for up to 25 people, featuring a beautiful wildlife mural, a high vantage point, and plenty of natural light.
Wetland Living is a quaint and intimate venue with a thatched roof and white washed walls. Licensed for wedding ceremonies the building has a capacity of 42 people seated and 60 people standing.
By holding your event with the London Wetland Centre you will be directly contributing to the global conservation of wildlife and wetland’s habitats.
The beautiful images here courtesy of Adrian Short, Ellie Gillard Photography, Julian Hall, Paul Brownbill, Julian Hall Photography, Nicole Griffin Photography