The Pump Rooms in Bath are one of the most ionic landmarks of modern day Bath, the Pump Room is a tourist magnet during the day, but in early mornings or evenings it can be turned in to your very own private wedding venue in one of Baths most historic areas. The Pump Room can be used as your wedding ceremony venue, a reception area or a wedding breakfast and evening entertainment. I am informed it is also possible to build a bridge across the main large bath pictured below – although you may need to twist some arms! :) The Pump House is available for all types of weddings and because it is located almost on the high street it is ideally placed to use other venues across Bath, such as Bath Abbey, or the registry office, only meters from the Pump House. The Assembly Rooms are only a short ten minute walk, as is most of the rest of central hughstreet Bath.
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“Make your special day one to remember in Bath’s Historic Buildings. Imagine your ceremony in a stunning Georgian venue, a wedding reception amid the steam and torchlight of the Roman Baths followed by a reception or party in the elegant Pump Room. For a choice of stunning and romantic settings for your wedding in Bath, choose between a range of licensed venues including The Pump Room, Assembly Rooms and The Guildhall.
Ceremonies at the Roman Baths can be held at 8.30am, making a stunning and truly unique sunrise setting for your exchange of vows. Complete your special day with a Champagne breakfast for you and your guests in the elegant Pump Room Restaurant. For an afternoon wedding, the elegant Kingston Room out looking Bath Abbey is suitable for wedding ceremonies for up to 40 guests. This room is also perfect when used for a private reception following a wedding ceremony.” – More Info on The Pump Rooms
– by Barney Walters