Posted 21 May 2019

3 original venues to tie the knot in Shrewsbury

With its secret gardens, grand mansions and quirky hotels, Shrewsbury is the perfect setting to get married. Discover four of Shrewsbury's best spots for a wedding.
Wedding header
Wedding 3

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery

Perhaps one of the most iconic buildings in town, Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery is an imposing 13th century merchant's house located in the centre of town. There are two unique rooms and an indoor balcony overlooking the exhibits, all available for your ceremony. Onsite caterers Stop. Café have options to suit all tastes, as well as dining space and an outdoor courtyard for your reception.

Wedding 1

The Buttermarket

Weddings may not be the first thing to spring to mind when thinking of The Buttermarket, but this remarkable 19th century building is a stunning location for your special day. With a neo-classical facade, original vaulted basement and the rare 12-foot Wurlitzer organ, it truly is a unique venue.

Wedding 2

Shrewsbury Castle

Located in the heart of the town, Shrewsbury Castle is a breathtaking red sandstone castle set high over the river, within picturesque grounds. The 18th century Circular Room, designed by Thomas Telford, is fully licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies. The charming backdrop of the castle, Laura's Tower and surrounding grounds, offer a truly unique experience with fantastic photo opportunities.

Join our newsletter

From inspiring business case studies to the latest news about working and investing in Shrewsbury, sign up to our newsletter to stay up-to-date on work in Shrewsbury.