The Woburn Estate Wedding Fair

Set in the beautiful grounds of Woburn Abbey, The Sculpture Gallery, constructed by Henry Holland during 1789 and 1790 for the fifth Duke of Bedford as an orangery, is one of the most majestic and beautiful settings imaginable for your wedding ceremony and reception, with exclusivity guaranteed.

Located just outside the Georgian village of Woburn in Bedfordshire, the Sculpture Gallery is less than an hour from London, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge, with easy access from Junction 13 of the M1. 

The Woburn Estate is holding its next Wedding Fair on Sunday 11th October 2015. Doors will open at 10:30am and close at 3:30pm.

A wide variety of pop up wedding shops will be located in the period Antique Quarter of the Sculpture Gallery at Woburn Abbey, where you can discover everything you need for your big day.

Woburn Abbey

Wedding planners from all three wedding venues on The Woburn Estate; The Sculpture Gallery, The Woburn Hotel and The Safari Lodge at Woburn Safari Park will be on hand to answer any questions you might have and to discuss your individual requirements.

The Red Room at The Woburn Hotel

Catwalk shows will take place at 12.30pm and 2.00pm in The Sculpture Gallery. The Woburn Estate Wedding Fair is free to attend and car parking is also free.The Woburn Estate can cater for weddings and receptions from a small intimate gathering of close friends and family, to the most lavish of events for up to 250 guests.

All couples married at Woburn have the exclusive right to use the Woburn Abbey Gardens as a backdrop for their wedding photographs. The Woburn Hotel with 4 AA stars and 55 bedrooms, including seven cottage suites is perfect for getting ready for the big day and accommodating your guests.

The Sculpture Gallery  Woburn Abbey

  • If you are interested in attending The Woburn Estate Wedding Fair please contact 01525 292 172 or email [email protected]
  • For more information about getting married or holding your reception at Woburn visit the Weddings at Woburn website