Skinners’ Hall dates from 1670, immediately after the Great Fire of London. It is a Grade I listed building rich in history and tradition, beautifully furbished with great style and elegance. Skinners’ Hall is an exquisite private venue in the very heart of the City.
Guests enter through the ceremonial gates at 8½ Dowgate Hill, into the charming paved courtyard to the warmth and character of a fine country house, complete with period furniture and exceptional Brangwyn paintings. The building has many special features including a roof terrace with olive trees and a fountain for fine weather receptions, a grand staircase in the Old Court Room and the unique round gallery above the Outer Hall with a log fire for winter weddings.
Your wedding ceremony would take place in the Outer Hall in front of the fireplace for up to 115 guests. If the weather is agreeable your guests can drink champagne either outside or in the Old Court Room before moving to a spectacular wedding breakfast in the Banqueting Hall. After dinner dancing would take place in the Old Court Room magically transformed while you are dining in style and enjoying the Best Man’s speech.