Weddings at Bisham Abbey
The Perfect Wedding Venue in Buckinghamshire
Formerly the home of Henry the VIII, Bisham Abbey is a stunning and majestic thirteenth Century wedding venue, located near Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
Wedding fair at Bisham Abbey hosted by Berkshire Wedding Fairs.
The event is free to attend and will have a range of local suppliers who will be available to help you plan your special day. Special Offers available if you book on the day.
Sunday 2nd October from 11am to 3pm
Call our wedding co-ordinator on 01628 402582 or email email@example.com to find out more or to book a show round.
Terms and conditions apply, subject to availability. * special offer is based on a minimum of 50 guests. 5% discount excludes accommodation, gym membership and wedding already booked Offer available on weddings in January, February and March 2017 only
Bisham Abbey is steeped in rich history and provides the perfect romantic backdrop for your wedding day in Buckinghamshire.
Set amongst picturesque grounds on the banks of the River Thames, Bisham Abbey caters for any type of wedding, from small, intimate gatherings to larger marquee weddings in the beautiful gardens of the Abbey.
Have a look at our Wedding packages page to see our great range of bespoke wedding packages or submit an enquiry form and we’ll get in touch with you to discuss your requirements.
Our romantic and historic rooms provide you with the perfect backdrop on your special day to make a fantastic and long-lasting impression.
Bisham Abbey is fully licenced for Civil Ceremonies in both The Warwick Room and The Great Hall. Have a look at our Civil Ceremony page for more information and our Room page for further details on the beautiful rooms available for your wedding day.
Our wedding coordinators will help guide you through the planning of your special day to ensure the whole process is smooth and stress free from initial enquiry to the day itself.
Photographs kindly provided by: Clare West Photography, Springle Photography, Cheryl George Photography and Mark Sisley Photography