Marquee Receptions

Wedding receptions can be accommodated in our marquee set on the Castle Lawns. Available seasonally May to September 4pm to midnight.


Capacity

Up to 140 seated guests

Price (inc VAT)

£6,000, or view our all-inclusive packages here


Our Marquee hire inclusive of all of the following:

  • Hire of Castle Lawn with Museum security presence throughout
  • Connection to electricity (limited supply)
  • Nearby parking for bridal party
  • Use of Castle Courtyard public toilets.

Accessories

  • Traditional style marquee inclusive of windows and double wooden doors on entry
  • Reception/bar area
  • Wooden floor with carpet
  • Full ivory colour linings, overlays and swags (choice of coloured overlays available)
  • Porch entrance
  • Connecting catering section
  • Chandelier lighting
  • Dance floor
  • Star light lining over the dance floor
  • Banqueting tables (sitting 8-10) and trestle tables for the top table (the number of tables varies depending on chosen number of guests)
  • Chivari or banqueting chairs suitable for chair covers
  • Double fronted bar unit
  • Round cake table
  • Trestle tables for catering, gifts and guestbook.

Optional Extras are offered (price on application)

  • Choice of coloured overlays and swags from colour palette
  • Staging (up to 16' x 8')
  • 6' round table for fountain
  • Coat rail and hangers
  • Set of a white patio table with four chairs
  • Additional white patio chairs
  • Luxury mobile toilet unit (2 ladies & 1 gents)
  • Blown air heaters
  • Uplighting
  • Plasma screen link from Castle to the marquee (enables additional guests to attend and view ceremony from marquee).

For further information contact the Weddings Team:

Tel: 029 20573416 or 029 20573500
Fax: 029 20573490

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