Are you thinking of having your wedding ceremony at the Brighton Town Hall?

Then this page is for you!

With its central location in the heart of the city and its unique character, Brighton Town Hall is one of the best places to have a registry wedding ceremony in Brighton. It’s just a short walk from the beach and close to loads of cool restaurants and pubs which are perfect for a post ceremony celebration with friends and family. I’ve shared some of my favourites below.

The Town Hall is a Grade 1 listed building with giant ionic columns and three different ceremony rooms that can accommodate weddings of different sizes (details below). All rooms are gorgeous with original features such as carved chairs and leather inlaid desks. As a Brighton wedding photographer I’ve been lucky enough to capture many ceremonies here with different couples, always enjoying the diversity of each wedding and the proximity to cool graffiti streets and the beach.

Brighton Town Hall Weddings

What is the capacity of Brighton Town Hall?

Bride and groom at Brighton Town Hall Regency Room

The Recency Room is available 7 days a week and has a capacity of up to 50 guests and 34 seated. The Council Chamber is also available 7 days a week and has a capacity of 120 guests. The Fitzherbert room is only available Monday -Tuesday and is perfect for more intimate weddings as it has a capacity of 8 guests.

What are the opening times?

bride and groom taking wedding photos at Brighton Town Hall

Brighton Town Hall is open from 9AM to 5PM.

What is the Starting From cost for booking Brighton Town Hall for your wedding?

Regency Room is available starting from £215, The Council Chamber room starts from £540 and Fitzherbert Room has a fixed rate of £165. You can view the full Brighton Town Hall pricing here. Prices change depending on days of the week and bank holidays.

wedding party in front of Brighton Town Hall

How do you book your Brighton Town Hall Wedding ceremony?

To book your civil ceremony it is a legal requirement that you enter “notice” of your intention to do so. This should be carried out at least 28 clear days before the ceremony can take place and up to 12 months in advance.

Find out more about Brighton Town Hall here.

Below are some photos from fun weddings I photographed at the Brighton Town Hall

Explore a Brighton Town Hall wedding in more detail:

gay couple celebrating their first kiss at Brighton Town Hall Regency Room
wedding confetti photo in front of Brighton Town Hall

Photographing a very emotional same sex wedding ceremony at the Regency Room in Brighton town Hall

An amazing Fabrica wedding day starting with a swim in the sea, Ceremony at Brighton Town Hall, couple photos on Brighton Beach and one incredible party

An intimate Brighton Town Hall ceremony with stormy beach wedding photos