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Take a tour: London's venues open for lockdown-friendly virtual viewings

Whilst visiting a shortlist of potential venues for weddings taking place in late 2020 or early 2021 is currently off the cards, all is not lost with a host of venues offering virtual tours and video call appointments to help keep the planning process moving along.

If you’re still looking for the perfect venue to say ‘I do’, here’s a selection offering virtual tours…

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RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects)

Celebrate your special day at the Royal Institute of British Architects' London venue on the grand, historic avenue of Portland Place. The Grade II listed historic building retains many of its original 1930s features, creating a stunning and romantic backdrop for your wedding or civil partnership. With floor-to-ceiling windows, triple-height columns, carved stone details and three roof terraces, 66 Portland Place combines the very best in mid-century modern elegance and 21st century service.

Choose the mid-century glamour of The Florence Hall or the modern simplicity of The Gallery. A roof terrace offers a sunny oasis in the midst of London and is available for reception drinks.

Take a virtual tour at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUWHEUiweYg or email venues@riba.org to book an appointment with a wedding planner.

Visit the website https://www.architecture.com/riba-venue-hire for more information.

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Museum of London

The Museum of London tells the incredible story of one of the world’s greatest city’s and its people. Couples can say “I do” beneath the star-lit pagoda in the recreated 18th-century Pleasure Garden, which boasts real trees and a variety of original dresses. Followed by a wedding breakfast in the People’s City gallery, next to the Selfridge’s gilded bronze lift from 1928 and an original 1903 London taxi.

Take a virtual tour here or email weddings@museumoflondon.org.uk to book an appointment with a wedding planner. Visit the website for more information.

 
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Celebrity interviews!

We have a great line up of experts to give you first hand advice and discussions about bridal fashion, hair, makeup, to name but a few!

Take a look at our Celebrity Interviews!