Hampshire can offer the dream location for your special day with a selection of quirky venues, romantic county house hotels and historic sites. Whatever your budget, our friendly staff will be happy to tailor your wedding to make it a magical day that you will never forget.
See our selection below for ideas of more unusual wedding and reception venues in Hampshire, or see our full listing of over 140 licenced venues in the county. Our 'Weddings in Hampshire' guide can help you plan your big day, including ideas for budget and green weddings.
A truly memorable experience awaits you at this unique Georgian Silk Mill on the River Test where silk has been woven since 1830. You will have exclusive use of the idyllic site, which can comfortably accommodate up to 120 guests. Frog Island to the rear of the Mill with its tranquil location is a wonderful setting for photographs.
For a wedding with a difference, you can get married at historic Marwell Hall and an optional 'road train' will bring your guests to the ceremony in style! There is a convenient hotel at the entrance to the park which also offers weddings and civil partnership ceremonies.
The futuristic John Fieldhouse Building, shaped like a submarine, is available for your reception, overlooking Gosport marina with views across the harbour to Portsmouth and the Spinnaker Tower.
The historic Domus, one of the two remaining buildings and formerly the lay brothers' dormitory of 13th century Beaulieu Abbey, provides a truly unique setting for your wedding day. You can even hold an evening drinks reception at the National Motor Museum so guests can view the collection of over 300 vehicles.
A listed Grade II building, the Tithe Barn near Petersfield has six huge stone arches, half hammer beams and a flagstone floor and can accommodate up to 250 guests for your reception.