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Banbury Town Hall

One of our approved venues for marriages and other civil ceremonies.

Banbury Town Hall is a central historic venue built in 1854 in the grand Victorian Gothic style. This Grade II Listed Building has recently seen a major refurbishment to make it an attractive wedding venue. We can ensure every moment of your big day is a memorable one.

We have three superb rooms available to use, and are located next to Banbury's historic market place. We are easily accessible by car, rail or bus, being close to both the bus and train station and to town centre car parks.

Services and facilities

  • Confetti allowed
  • Dance floor
  • Exclusive use of venue
  • Heating
  • In-house catering
  • Licensed bar
  • Listed building
  • Master of Ceremonies
  • Public address system

Rooms and capacity

  • The Grand Main Hall (220)
  • Function Room (50)
  • Committee Room (20)

Getting here

From the M40 (Junction 11) you can follow the signs for Castle Quay Shopping Centre car parks, which are well signed on leaving the motorway. Other town centre car parks such as Spiceball Park, Calthorpe Street or Windsor Street are also all well located, with the Town Hall being equidistant between them.

If arriving by bus or rail then follow Bridge Street along towards the Market Place and the Town Hall is clearly visible at the entrance to the pedestrianised area.


Banbury Town Hall
Bridge Street
OX16 5QB