London Wetland Centre
WWT London Wetland Centre offers an unrivalled setting for both civil partnership and marriage ceremonies, making this unique venue the ideal space for both your ceremony and reception.
WWT London Wetland Centre is just 10 minutes from Hammersmith, the London Wetland Centre brings the countryside to London. You and your guests can enjoy beautiful, relaxing surroundings combined with easy access from central London and the South.
This stunning wedding venue provides a unique and memorable setting for your special day. Our 105 acre wildlife reserve is a scenic mosaic of lakes, pools, meadows and gardens which are home to countless wildlife species providing the perfect backdrop to enjoy and record your wedding day.
A selection of private spaces for both small intimate occasions to larger events, each room has its own character and ambiance to compliment you celebration perfectly.
Our Water’s Edge room and the Observatory offer panoramic views of the main lake with the London skyline as a backdrop. These light, spacious rooms provide a ‘rural’ setting but with the convenience of a capital location and make ideal reception spaces.
The Water’s Edge room with lake views and a private balcony can accommodate up to 110 for a wedding breakfast and 170 for an evening reception. The room has its own bar with access to a private balcony and private outside terrace after the centre closes.
The Observatory can host a maximum of 110 guests for a civil ceremony, While Wetland Living is ideal for smaller more intimate ceremonies or celebrations seating up to 42 guests.
Throughout your wedding preparations, our excellent and dedicated team will work closely with you to ensure everything runs smoothly. We can offer a personalised wedding package, tailored to suit your requirements, and our events team will work closely with you to bring your ideal wedding together within your budget.
WWT London Wetland Centre is part of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust so by holding your wedding here you will be directly contributing to our global conservation work.