Get married at the Museum!
Set amongst trees and meadows in the beautiful Henley on Thames, the River & Rowing Museum offers a unique wedding venue. Arrive by boat, have drinks on our beautiful terrace and get married in our stunning glass fronted Thames room.
We pride ourselves on our personal service and our experienced wedding planner will work closely with you to ensure that every detail is exactly as you would wish.
Elior UK operate the catering facilities at the Museum offering delicious and stylish food, using seasonal produce and cooked on site. As well as offering wedding packages, Elior UK are happy to create a bespoke menu to suit your requirements and taste.
Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships:
We are licensed to hold wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships in our beautiful Thames room. The Thames room seats up to 120 people for a ceremony.
If you would like to hold your ceremony with us, please contact the Oxfordshire Registration Service to arrange the registrar and necessary paperwork. Telephone: 0845 129 5900.
The Museum is licensed to until 11pm on Monday to Thursday, until 12am on Friday and Saturday and until 10.30pm on Sundays.
To arrange a viewing of the facilities or discuss the option of a wedding further, please contact our events team on 01491 415631 or email@example.com
Profits from venue hire are remitted to the River & Rowing Museum Foundation, a registered charity.
WOW! What a wonderful wedding you all produced. Thank all so much for your hard work. We could not fault the day in any way.
Everything ran really smoothly and seamlessly thanks to you Laura working quietly in the background and your amazing team. Everyone thought the service was exemplary. The afternoon tea was delightful and delicious, thank you so much for producing it in such an interesting way. The evening meal was cooked to perfection. The tables looked fantastic.The service was superb. We all had a truly memorable day and it was thanks to all of you and your excellent organisation.
We shall not hesitate to recommend you to anyone who asks, as several people in our village were unaware that the museum organised weddings.
Please pass our thanks on to everyone who was involved in making the day so special. - May 2013