About Middle Temple
Located in the heart of London’s legal quarter, Middle Temple Hall is one of the four ancient Inns of Court. Just a few minutes from Fleet Street, The Strand and Embankment and overlooking the river Thames, the secluded environment lends itself to corporate and private events.
Middle Temple Hall was built between 1562 and 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Great Fire of London and both World Wars. Middle Temple continues to service the legal profession today, and also houses some of the most imposing event space in London available for formal dinners, weddings, meetings, receptions, corporate events, garden parties and outdoor functions.
Weddings and Civil Partnership ceremonies can take place in the Parliament Chamber and Queen’s Room throughout the week and at weekends, for a maximum of 75 and 50 people respectively. For those wishing to get married in a Church, there are several nearby, including the renowned Temple Church for members and families of members, of Middle and Inner Temple, St. Bride’s in Fleet Street and, for those with a RAF connection in the family, St Clement Dane’s in The Strand.
The Prince's Room is reminiscent of a grand country house drawing room and is ideal for taking photographs or as a sitting out room when the band or disco get going in the Hall. It can also be used for a reception for up to 100 people and is available to hire from 4pm on weekdays and all day at the weekend.
To add that extra special touch to your event, our beautiful landscaped gardens overlooking the Thames can accommodate a marquee for up to 700 guests.
This exclusive and prestigious venue is the perfect place to host your wedding reception. The friendly and attentive team at Middle Temple will help you in planning anything that the occasion requires. With a reputation gained from years of experience, Middle Temple will ensure that your day will be truly memorable.
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