Get married in our Iron Age roundhouse
We’re really excited to be able to offer our replica Iron Age roundhouse as a venue for a civil wedding ceremony. The roundhouse will be available for weekday weddings only between 2.30pm and 5.30pm and is big enough to hold the wedding couple plus 46 guests. As far as we are aware, we are the only venue in England to offer an Iron Age roundhouse as a venue for a wedding ceremony.
Our Iron Age roundhouse was built at the Museum during the 1990s and is furnished to the period of c.50 AD. The floor is made of chalk and flint and the thatched roof weighs two tons. Our Iron Age roundhouse is a popular filming venue and has been used several times by the popular CBBC program Horrible Histories.
- Exclusive use of the Iron Age roundhouse for your civil ceremony 2.30pm – 5.30pm
- Ample car parking for your guests
- Bench seating for up to 46 guests
- Use of the Museum’s buildings, gardens and grounds for your photographs
- Drinks package