Camden Town Hall is currently closed for refurbishment.
The ceremony suites are temporarily relocated to Tavistock House.
Located in Kings Cross, Tavistock House was once home to Charles Dickens and is next door to Tavistock Square Gardens - an ideal location for capturing life long memories of your beautiful day.
Each room has high specification contemporary features with a traditional twist, suitable for all ceremonies. The rooms are available for weddings, civil partnerships and vow renewals.
London WC1H 9JP
The Ceremony Room - Our smaller ceremony suite will bring a modern, more intimate feel for your special day. It holds up to 20 seated.
The Register Office - Perfect for small ceremonies of up to four people seated.
What they say:
Camden Town Hall remains a famous and increasingly popular venue choice for London marriages and civil partnerships. It is a stylish grade II-listed building designed in 1899 with many wonderful and interesting features. The grand white marble staircase provides a perfect setting for taking photographs. You will also be able to see the names of well-known public figures, past and present, including George Bernard Shaw, engraved into the marble slabs on the civic floor.
What you say:
We were the second same-sex couple to be legally married in Camden and it was a fantastic ceremony packed to the rafters with our friends and family.
What we say:
There's something for everyone here in this fabulous venue - from marble stair cases and oak panelled rooms, to a smaller, brighter suite to the majestic council chamber. There's plenty of lovely spaces to capture the best moments of your wedding, however many of you there are.