Marquee Receptions

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

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Capacity

Up to 140 seated guests

Price (inc VAT)

£6,000


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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.

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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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