Lambeth Town Hall rooms

Lambeth Town Hall, situated in the heart of Brixton, is a grand old Edwardian building which opened over a century ago in 1908 by King George V and Queen Mary. The Grade II listed building has recently undergone an impressive refurbishment which has beautifully restored the building to its original glory, making it a picturesque location to get married or form a civil partnership.

Prices for hiring one of our Town Hall rooms are on our Event Lambeth website.

Arrange a tour

To arrange a viewing of the Town Hall rooms, email venues@lambeth.gov.uk for the Ceremony Suite, or ceremonies@lambeth.gov.uk for the Lambeth Register Office. Include your contact details and preferred time and date within our opening hours (Monday-Friday, 9.00am-5.00pm). Tours will be 30 minutes at most. Please bear in mind that we are one of London’s busiest registrar offices and will need at least one weeks’ notice before organising a tour.

Parking at the Town Hall

There is no parking at Lambeth Town Hall, but instead, there is a drop-off zone next to the Registrar Office on Buckner Road. If you need to use our drop-off zone, please inform the Registrar Officer when booking your ceremony. Transport links to Brixton are second to none with an Overground and Underground train station, and bus links from all over London.

Confetti

Confetti is not allowed at weddings taking place in Lambeth Town Hall venues, including in our Ceremony Suite or out in the courtyard. You are invited to bring bubbles, but alternatively, we will have bubbles that you can purchase at reception. 

Town Hall room set-up

Please note that all Town Hall rooms (except the Ceremony Suite) are dry hire. Despite this, we do offer limited chairs, tables, and decorations should you require. Contact us for further information on this or ask one of our registrars when visiting the Town Hall.

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circular hall
The Circular Hall

This unique and opulent space within the Town Hall is a showcase to its stunning Edwardian architecture.