The Queen's Walk
About HMS Belfast
HMS Belfast was launched in 1938 and served throughout the Second World War, she was saved for the nation as a museum in 1971. She is preserved in her traditional naval glory, her rooms maintaining their original splendour. Situated in a truly unique and historical location boasting panoramic views of London, she offers a memorable venue for your special day.The elegant Officer's Wardroom can host ceremonies for up to 50 guests, receptions for 100 and wedding breakfasts for 50. After the ceremony, guests can make their way across to the adjacent Wardroom Anteroom to toast the happy couple and then take in the stunning surroundings from the decks.Situated in the heart of the museum, the Ship’s Company Dining Hall is a versatile, yet traditional room maintaining many of its original distinct features.The room can seat up to 100 guests for a ceremony, 140 for a wedding breakfast and 220 for a reception.Evening receptions can be held on the impressive Quarterdeck during the summer months, offering spectacular views of London at night.The Gun Room and Admiral’s Quarters are also available for private hire, each with their individual characteristics.Whichever room you decide upon, you and your guests can indulge in the unique history that HMS Belfast has to offer. Become part of that history by exchanging your vows on board!