Be Part Of Our History

Firstly, on behalf of all our team, we would like to congratulate you on your engagement and thank you for considering us to host your wedding.

Hagley Hall, the last of the great Palladian houses was built in 1760, by George 1st Lord Lyttelton and remains the home of the Lyttelton family today.

We offer exclusive use of our opulent suite of State Rooms, all with spectacular views over 300 acres of landscaped parkland. Licensed for civil ceremonies, civil partnerships and renewal of vows, we are just fifty yards from the church of St John the Baptist, which can offer a Church of England ceremony.

The most important day of your life, deserves that extra special setting and if you do decide to bring your civil ceremony and reception here, we will guarantee a day to remember.

Set within extensive grounds, we can accommodate larger parties in a bespoke marquee, with the Hall and the Park as the most splendid of backdrops.

Combine old and new with our Tipi structure, ideal for your evening entertainment or our newly refurbished downstairs area, provides a light and airy lounge, bar and disco room for you and your guests to relax or dance the night away!


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