Whether or not you are local to Birmingham, there is no denying that Highbury Hall is one of Birmingham’s most stunning wedding venues. Arriving at Highbury Hall, you feel the grandeur of this magnificent Victorian Grade II listed building and stunning, tranquil, landscaped grounds surrounding Highbury Hall.
Highbury Hall was built in 1876 for Joseph Chamberlain MP, the eminent politician. Highbury Hall itself has outstanding character, retains many original features and provides a setting of distinction for wedding couples from all around the world by creating the ideal setting for couples to exchange their vows. Combine the ceremony and the wedding breakfast at Highbury Hall and you have the perfect combination and setting for an unforgettable day.
At Highbury Hall we are totally committed to meeting the needs of your guests and take pride in arranging and hosting successful weddings. We have provided all the information you need to take the first step towards making our day a special occasion.
Highbury Hall is licensed to conduct civil wedding and partnership ceremonies in the magnificent Drawing Room, with its ornate wooden ceiling and stunning views overlooking the landscaped grounds of Highbury Hall.
The Main Hall is the perfect place to wine and dine up to 100 guests for a formal wedding breakfast. We will announce the happy couple from Miss Hilda’s Room, a dedicated room for the bride and groom, following the drinks reception outside in the garden or in the Dorothy Lloyd Room if the weather does not permit.
The Drawing Room is a flexible space, with a built in dance floor, room for a DJ or band with seating for you and your guests to mingle and boogie the night away. Up to 160 guests can mingle between the Drawing Room, Main Hall and Dorothy Lloyd Room for the evening reception.
Highbury Hall has 30 on-site parking spaces, as well as free on-street parking. Highbury Hall is available for hire seven days a week.