With its picturesque vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, Westgate Hall has been restored to create a picture perfect venue with outstanding character
It is licensed to conduct weddings and civil ceremonies, and accommodates up to 74 guests.
Once situated in St. Michael's Square, where it was the town's fish market and cloth hall, it was dismantled in 1634 and the timbers were then used to construct the lovely building you see today.
It was then used as a warehouse and archaeological store before becoming a venue for conferences, concerts and wedding receptions.
Over the years, it has seen the start of many historic journeys.
Henry and his troops off to Agincourt, the Pilgrim Fathers off to a new life in America, the Allied troops off to the Normandy beaches for the D-Day landings, and today the start of a new journey for you if you chose this historic venue for your ceremony.
Westgate Hall can accommodate a ceremony with up to 74 seated guests. Although there is no parking at Westgate Hall, there is paid parking available close by in Bugle Street and at any of the city centre car parks nearby.
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If you wish to hold your wedding or civil ceremony in Westgate Hall, you will need to contact the Southampton Register Office using the following email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrange for a Registrar.
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