The Admiral’s House

Commissioned by Charles II as his new royal palace in 1660 The Admiral’s House, the oldest building at The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London, has views of the Thames and a regal yet intimate atmosphere.
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Need To Know
  • Ceremony Capacity : 75
  • Dinner Capacity : 60
  • Standing Capacity : 90
  • Licensed for Marriage : Yes
  • Catering : In-house
  • Bar : In-house
  • Accommodation : No
  • Child Friendly : Yes
  • Pets Welcome : No
  • Late License : 11pm
  • Exclusivity : No
  • Disabled Facilities : No
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Contact Details
The Admiral’s House
King William Walk
SE10 9NN
Telephone: 020 8269 2131

The Setting

The ultimate riverside wedding location, The Admiral’s House is located at The Old Royal Naval College – an iconic landmark venue in Greenwich, London.

A beautiful setting no matter the season, this elegant ensemble of buildings offers to-be-weds an exciting choice of distinctive wedding experiences. From an intimate gathering surrounded by history to a plush celebration dripping in opulence. Here, the possibilities are endless.

The Vibe

The Old Royal Naval College stands as one of London’s most beloved locations, dazzling many a visitor for centuries. Nestled along the River Thames, this famous venue boasts captivating views of the Canary Wharf and stunning cityscape beyond.

Here, couples are afforded exclusive permission to embrace the impressive surroundings and baroque architecture with a private photo session on the grounds. To really set the tone for the day, couples can make their entrance by boat, arriving at Greenwich Pier to their waiting photographer and entranced guests.

Across the site, an array of ceremony and event spaces can cater to every wedding style. The neoclassical Chapel is the designated ceremony setting, where couples can exchange their vows beneath vaulted undercrofts. Nearby, the Painted Hall is the jewel of the property, widely considered the finest dining hall in Europe. Amid Sir James Thornhill’s lavish masterpiece, couples can regale their guests with a prestigious drinks reception or wedding feast.

But it’s the historic Admiral’s House which provides a romantic hideaway within the venue’s oldest space. Commissioned by Charles II as his new royal palace in 1660, this stately setting features a beautiful grand staircase and an inviting atmosphere ideal for charming intimate and micro weddings. Here, light and airy rooms benefit from natural daylight, double height ceilings, refined wooden panelling, and windows offering inspiring river views.

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