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National Waterfront Museum

Weddings Ceremonies & Receptions

Congratulations on your engagement! For a wedding venue with a difference, the National Waterfront Museum blends an iconic location rich in history with a contemporary venue, top quality, locally sourced food and first class service.

With everything you would expect from a modern wedding venue, the Museum caters for wedding ceremonies and receptions - from small and intimate up to 240 guests.

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Ceremonies and Wedding Receptions can be held in the atmospheric and historic Warehouse Gallery, Ocean Room or Balcony overlooking the Marina.

Larger receptions and evening parties can opt for the stunning glass canopied Weston Hall overlooking the courtyard gardens where marquee receptions are also a possibility.

The Museum's in-house caterer's Elior UK produce delicious seasonal menus using locally sourced ingredients with a distinctive Welsh flavour. The Museum also work with Asian catering specialists Eastern Cuisine, Clay Oven, Ragasaan and Curry Special.

Click on the links below to download our wedding brochure, pricelists and Elior wedding menus. For the convenience of our wedding couples, all prices are inclusive of VAT.



To make an appointment for a tour of the Museum or to discuss availability with a member of the venue hire team contact:

National Waterfront Museum
Oystermouth Road
Maritime Quarter
Swansea
SA1 6RD

Tel: (029) 2057 3600/3617

E-mail: weddings@museumwales.ac.uk

Venue Hire supports Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales as a registered charity.

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