The Queen's House

King James I gave his wife, Anne of Denmark, the gift of a building by way of apology, and the result was The Queen's House, which brought classical architecture to England in the process. One of the most interesting buildings in the country because of the way it moved on from the red brick style of Tudor design at the time, it has had numerous famous occupants and currently houses a stunning art collection.

Designed by noted architect Inigo Jones in 1616, the Queen's House is a stunning venue for both weddings and events alike; from the Great Hall which is perfect for a wedding ceremony to the Orangery and South Parlours and Undercroft, there are a host of event spaces to ensure that the right space is available for your event. 


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