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A unique London wedding venue

66 Portland Place, a unique London wedding venue

Celebrate your special day at the Royal Institute of British Architects’ unique London wedding venue on the grand, historic avenue of Portland Place. Our Grade II* listed historic building retains many of its original 1930s features, creating a stunning and romantic backdrop for your wedding or civil partnership. With floor-to-ceiling windows, triple-height columns, carved stone details and three roof terraces, 66 Portland Place combines the very best in mid-century modern elegance and 21st century service.  

Situated in the prestigious and historic neighbourhood of Marylebone, we are just a short stroll from Oxford Circus, Great Portland Street and Warren Street London Underground stations and the green open spaces of Regent’s Park. We are also local to some of London’s most beautiful churches and religious spaces, including All Souls Langham Place and the Central United Synagogue.  

Our award-winning Venues team offer expertise in all aspects of wedding planning. Your personal RIBA wedding organiser will assist you all the way from the initial enquiry to the big day, giving advice on photographers, production, flowers, food and entertainment, so you can relax and enjoy your wedding day knowing it will be everything you imagined.

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Contact us

Make an enquiry with the RIBA Venues team to hire a venue in London or Liverpool.

Contact us by telephone on +44 (0)20 7307 3888 or make an enquiry using our quick contact form.

Testimonial

'We wanted to take a moment to thank you and whole team at RIBA so very much for all your hard work. We had a fantastic time (as you probably noticed) and so many people commented on what a wonderful venue it was. Everyone was so kind to us right down to the security guys when we came to pick stuff up on Sunday.'

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