The Guildhall Worcester, Worcester

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Government Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Looking for a fantastic city venue? It's a little known fact that Worcester's beautiful Guildhall has received its fair share of Royal patronage over its long history; many will remember Queen Elizabeth's visit in 2000 but how about King George III on a sunny day in August 1788?

Along with Queen Charlotte and three of the princesses, he pronounced the Assembly Room on the top floor of The Guildhall - 'a handsome gallery' and drank a toast to 'prosperity to the city and the Corporation of Worcester'. The portrait of the King - still hanging in the Assembly Room today - was presented by him to the city to commemorate his visit.

But it’s not just royalty that can take advantage of one of the city's most beautiful buildings! Available to hire for up to 200 guests, The Guildhall is a perfect venue for a host of occasions.

With 6 rooms available for hire with a capacity ranging from 12 - 200 the Guildhall can cater for a wide variety of events.

As of March 2013 the Guildhall will have its own wedding license and will be available to hire. Being one of the most iconic buildings in Worcester the Guildhall could be the perfect wedding venue for you.

Any inquiries for functions, room hire or even weddings please contact guildhallbookings@worcester.gov.uk or 01905 722018.
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  • Due to COVID we could not see the whole of the place which was a shame, still a nice building if you like architecture  more »
  • Really beautiful old building ,loved it and the staff where friendly. Stepping into this beautiful building ,with its class and style, makes me wonder how the council have allowed the hideous builds.....  more »
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  • Exceptional building. When it is available, it is free to wander round all the rooms. Incredible interior and exterior. Make sure you go up the stairs and explore all the rooms. Great light fittings and chandeliers.
  • A great facade that you could spend hours looking at, just to get the details. Do go inside and explore the rooms. The main hall on the top floor is quite splendid.
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