30 Popular Norwich Wedding Venues
You’re engaged, you’ve started your wedding planning and you’re looking at wedding venues. With most venues booking up to at least a year in advance, now is the time for some forward planning.
If you’re looking for the perfect location to host your wedding in Norfolk then we’re lucky to have everything from Norwich Cathedral to numerous beautiful and historic churches. Don’t fancy a church wedding? No problem! There’s plenty of other options. If you’re looking to add some rustic charm to your big day, you might consider a barn wedding venue, or, perhaps, you’re looking for a country house wedding venue. Maybe, you’re the adventurous type and you have your heart set on an outdoor festival wedding (just have a wet weather plan – this is the UK). There again, maybe you’re looking for a chic city centre wedding venue, in the heart of Norwich itself. Whatever the case, there is definitely no shortage of options for Norwich wedding venues!
To get you started, here is a list of wedding venues in and around Norwich. The venues listed here are within very easy reach of Norwich city centre, around 30 minutes drive or so, but if you’re looking for a wedding venue elsewhere in Norfolk then there’s a much fuller list of Norfolk Wedding Venues here.
Indoor Wedding Venues in Norwich
Outdoor Wedding Venues in Norwich
Norfolk is famed for it’s big skies – what better way to enjoy your wedding day than al-fresco! Here’s a few of my favourite outdoor wedding venues in Norwich.
Wedding Venues in Norwich City Centre
Venues in the very heart of Norwich. Choose these venues either for your ceremony or, your reception or, both. Getting married in Norwich means you can choose to marry in one venue and then, if you fancy a change of scene, you can take a lovely little walk to your next wedding venue, showing our fine city off to your wedding guests!
- Georgian Townhouse
- Assembly House
- St Andrew’s Hall, Blackfriars Hall & the Crypt
- Maids Head Hotel
- Norwich Puppet Theatre
- Norwich Cinema City & Dining Rooms
- St Giles House
Dry Hire Wedding Venues in Norwich
A dry hire wedding venue refers to a wedding venue that is provided to you without any additional features. This means that you will book the venue but in most cases you or, your wedding planner, will coordinate your wedding catering, the wedding furniture, your wedding entertainment etc etc