Old Palace, Hatfield House

A simply stunning wedding venue with a history to match. Henry VIII acquired the Palace from the Bishop of Ely in 1538 and used it as a nursery for his three children. It is one of the foremost examples of medieval brickwork in the country and originally formed a quadrangle around a central courtyard. The remaining wing contains the Banqueting Hall, with most of its original roof timbers which is what you see today and known as the Old Palace. A historic venue − most famous for hosting Queen Elizabeth I’s first council of state – its medieval brickwork, beautiful wall hangings and stunning gardens make it a perfect setting and a fairytale wedding venue.

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Uptown Music bands have played at Hatfield House on numerous occasions. Please get in touch to find out how we can help you have the perfect music for your occasion.