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Guildhall Banqueting Room


A stunning Georgian building with the space for a large wedding, conference or party.

Built by Thomas Baldwin in 1775, the Guildhall has been at the heart of Bath's administrative life for over 350 years. As well as being a stunning location for all manner of corporate and private events, it continues to house the Register Office, Mayor's parlour and city archives.  The Guildhall has a number of rooms for private hire including the Banqueting RoomBrunswick Room and Council Chamber.

"The event was an amazing success, and I couldn't have done it without the flexibility and responsiveness of the venue staff. They helped us with some last minute requests and were on hand to make sure everything ran smoothly. I am so very impressed at the way they handled the event...and helped me think of things I wouldn't have even considered...Thank you for your hard work, and for making sure our event was a complete success."  Avon and Somerset Police

Image: Wedding Reception in the Banqueting Room
Wedding Reception in the Banqueting Room
Image: Guildhall exterior
Guildhall exterior
Image: Band playing in the Banqueting Room
Band playing in the Banqueting Room, Greg James Photography

The award winning Assembly Rooms and Roman Baths and Pump Room as well as the Victoria Art Gallery are also available for private hire for weddings, gala dinners and conferences. Visit our other venue pages for further inspiration. 


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For further information about the Guildhall including availability, please call 01225 477442 or complete our enquiry form.