Dulwich Picture Gallery

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£900 - £7200 for Venue Hire
Up to 120
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Exclusive Use
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A stunning backdrop for your wedding with interesting history to entertain your guests. Conveniently located for you and your guests.
Pricing & Costs

Venue Hire Only

Prices Start At
£900
Maximum Price
£7,200
Features & Capacity

Overview

Venue Type
Museum
Attraction
Dining Capacity
120
Reception Capacity
120
Usual Access Time
04:00 PM
Usual Finish Time
11:00 PM
Late Night Extension
Yes

Food and Drink

External Catering Permitted
Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
In-House Wine List
In-house Catering
Alcohol Licence

Venue

Grade I/II Listed Building
Landscaped Gardens
Exclusive Use
Marquee Permitted
Disabled Access
On-Site Parking
Outdoor Reception Space
In-House Wedding Coordinator

Ceremony & Reception

Church Within Walking Distance
Sound System Available
Wedding Licence
Dancefloor Available

Cultural Specialists

Other
Full Description
"An amazing, different and truly memorable place to get married. How many places can you have dinner right next to Rembrandts, Gainsboroughs and Canaletto?!" -- Helena Feasey, Bride. Dulwich Picture Gallery is London’s best kept secret. Founded in 1811, this hidden gem is the first purpose built public art gallery in the world and has been celebrating art for over 200 years. The building is an architectural masterpiece designed by Regency architect Sir John Soane, offering an intimate and unforgettable experience for weddings. The Gallery provides a stunning backdrop for both civil ceremonies and wedding receptions, with the choice to hold celebrations in the magnificent Soane Gallery or use the beautifully landscaped for a marquee reception. Just 10 minutes from Victoria Station, Dulwich Picture Gallery is conveniently located close to both West Dulwich and North Dulwich Station. The leafy village environment provides an idyllic escape from the City and is surrounded by free parking. All money generated through venue hire goes towards the conservation and care of the Gallery and supports the development of the on-going education and exhibition programmes.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: David and Claudia
Congratulations on your engagement! We are delighted you are considering Dulwich Picture Gallery as a venue. We offer a unique space in the heart of South East London just a stones throw from Dulwich Village - a picturesque, quaint little Village with abundance of history. Please feel free to drop us an email or give us a call and we will willingly do what we can to accommodate you on your special day.

Experience

Year Business Was Established
1811
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
Public Liability Insurance
true
No. of People In Team
2
Reviews
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Nick and Helena
Married in May 2017
October 2016
dinner right next to Rembrandts, Gainsboroughs..
“How many places can you have dinner right next to Rembrandts, Gainsboroughs and Canaletto?! With my memories and the gallery being so stunning it seemed like a great place. The gallery works just as well for a winter wedding as a summer one, and we really liked the idea of the one long table in the gallery. Everyone – Nick and I and my parents – were unanimous that we’d get married there
Location & Contact Details

Address

Gallery Rd, London, Greater London, SE21 7AB, England

Travel Notes

Nearest Town

London

Nearest Motorway & Junction

M25

Nearest Train Station

West Dulwich

Nearest Airport

Gatwick

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What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Be unique. It is your day and anything goes. Be it golf on the lawn or an art workshop in the Gallery cottage for the kids, we encourage you to think outside of the box.

Describe your venue in 5 adjectives.

Unique, historic, quirky, rich, bold

What is your venue's most unique feature?

The Mausoleum and Soane Gallery have over 200 years of History as the first ever public Art Gallery.

What part of your business are you most proud of?

The hisotoric collection of Art works including Rembrandts and Degas.
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