King’s Lynn Town Hall has been at the heart of King’s Lynn for more than eight centuries

A large church-like building with grand windows and beautiful detailing

King’s Lynn Town Hall, PE30 5DQ
01553 777 775 | www.kingslynntownhall.com


Having been at the heart of King’s Lynn for more than eight centuries, King’s Lynn Town Hall boasts a wealth of architectural features that give its rooms character and a sense of occasion. From the Grade I-listed Medieval Stone Hall, with its impressive stone floor and oak-beamed ceiling, to the ornate Georgian Assembly Room, there are several elegant rooms perfect for hosting weddings.

The impressive building is easily identified by its flintstone exterior and stunning windows, which look beautiful in photographs.

Celebrate in style
Couples can choose to host their ceremony with up to 120 loved ones in either the Stone Hall or the Assembly Room. The Stone Hall, also known as the Trinity Guildhall, dates back to 1421. The great south window floods the room with light and along with the impressive Ketton stone floor and great oak beams, it creates a real sense of occasion. The window contains numerous panes signed by plumbers and glaziers who worked on the window during the 18th and 19th centuries. The hall is decorated with imposing portraits, including the first portrait of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, presented to the town by Queen Elizabeth II.

The elegant symmetry of the characteristically Georgian Assembly Room is complete with chandeliers, ornate golden mirrors, original fireplaces, period cornicing and grand portraits – ideal for civil ceremonies, wedding breakfasts and evening functions.

After the ‘I dos’, the wedding breakfast takes place in the Assembly Room for up to 120 guests, while the evening reception utilises both the Assembly Room and Stone Hall for up to 180 guests.

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There’s a wide range of accommodation available within close proximity for all budgets and there’s plenty of pay-and-display parking nearby.

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