Ham House Weddings
Situated on the right bank of the river Thames in close proximity to Richmond and Central London, Ham House is unique as the most complete survival of 17th century fashion. Built in 1610, it was enlarged in the 1670’s when it was at the heart of Restoration court life. It was then occupied by the same family until 1948 when it was bequeathed to the National Trust.
The formal garden is significant for its survival within the area known as the cradle of the English Landscape Movement.
- Civil license—yes
- Chapel on site—No
- Table Dining— Functions room 60 max
- Buffet Style— Functions room 90 max
- Marquee— up to 400
Wedding season availability
- All year
Directions by road
On south bank of the Thames, W of A307, between Richmond and Kingston; Ham gate exit of Richmond Park, readily accessible from M3, M4 and M25.
Directions by rail
Richmond mainline and London Underground (District Line) Station then bus 371 to Royal Oak Pub (Ham Street), taxi or walk 1.5 miles via Thames towpath (2ml by road).
Directions by air
Nearest airport: London Heathrow
Additional Wedding services
- Appointed Catering and Marquee supplier
- List of recommended florists and photographers
Local Places of Interest
Nearest National Trust property Osterley Park
All images provided by NTPL.
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Wedding Late Dates
This venue is currently updating its "Late Availability Dates". If you have a specific date for your wedding in mind, please contact this venue via the link below.
A date for the next wedding fayre or open day at this venue is currently being confirmed; please visit this page again for wedding fayre and open day updates.