WWT London Wetland Centre

WWT London Wetland Centre This 105-acre wildlife reserve is a scenic mosaic of lakes, pools, meadows and gardens, which are home to countless wildlife species. Just ten minutes from Hammersmith, London Wetland Centre brings the countryside to the capital, offering a peaceful haven away from city life.

Let's celebrate! Ceremonies can take place in the split-level, heated Observatory (110 guests) where the panoramic views from the huge window will provide a stunning backdrop for vows. Alternatively, the Wetland Living building (42 ceremony guests) is an intimate spot with its thatched roof and white-washed walls lending plenty of romance. Both can accommodate receptions or the Water's Edge Room is ideal for wedding breakfasts for 110 loved ones.

We love... The decked balcony of the Water's Edge Room is the perfect way to bring the outside in, and offers gorgeous vistas.

Contact: 020 8409 4400 | www.wwt.org.uk
WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth's Walk, London SW13 9WT

 
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