BMA House, a grade II listed building in central London, will provide a spectacular setting for your wedding. Its combination of impressive rooms and beautiful outdoor facilities, fine catering and superb service will ensure your wedding day is a truly memorable occasion.
Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, BMA House is located on the site of Charles Dickens' former home in Tavistock Square. It has been the home of the British Medical Association, the professional association for doctors, since 1925.
Spectacular Grade II listed building with courtyard and gardens. Four rooms licensed for ceremony and up to 200 guests.
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Food & drink
Our fabulous in-house caterer, CH&CO., creates British-based, seasonally-inspired menus with taste and wellbeing at their heart. Our chefs source produce locally wherever possible, which not only keeps their food miles to a minimum, but also ensures ingredients are served when they are at their best.
What they say:
Our beautiful, Grade II listed wedding venue has four rooms licensed for ceremonies and two large, outside spaces which provide stunning backdrops for drinks and photographs. We can host up to 200 guests and our chefs are renowned for their innovative, seasonal creations.
What you say:
From the very start of our engagement with Rebecca and her team at BMA House they showed a huge amount of professionalism and flexibility. Their help was invaluable in ensuring that the day went how we hoped it would and we will always be extremely grateful. What we wanted was quite different from other weddings there but they made every effort to accommodate all our requests and work with us to allow us to have the day we really wanted.