|About||BMA House Wedding Venue|
BMA House is a hidden treasure in the centre of London. The beautiful grade II listed building is surrounded by a central courtyard and fountain that offers a wonderful idyllic location for wedding ceremonies, receptions and dinners.
To the side of the house there is a Physic Garden that is situated on what was once the home of novelist Charles Dickens. Upon entering visitors are transported into a beautiful, tranquil space away from the hustle and bustle of London.
|Founded||BMA House is a spectacular grade II listed building which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and has been the home to the British Medical Association since 1925.|
BMA House holds a civil ceremony license for the solemnisation of marriage in four of our stunning rooms; The Great Hall, The Sir James Paget Room, The John Snow and The Prince’s Room.
We have two tranquil outdoor spaces, the Courtyard and Garden, which are ideal for your photos and your pre-dinner drinks reception.
Our four rooms each hold unique features and can accommodate up to 200 for a seated wedding breakfast.