The Durbar Hall at Hastings Museum is now a licensed venue for civic marriage ceremonies.
Originally built as the centre piece of an Indian palace for the Indian & Colonial Exhibition of 1886, the building is on two floors with a lantern roof. It is carved in Hindu & Muslim style in teak & deodar cedar. Weddings are held on the ground floor where there is seating for up to 70 people.
Access to the Durbar Hall is via the main entrance to the Hastings Museum & through the Long Gallery where historic paintings of the town are on display.
Opportunities for photography are superb & the grounds outside the Museum can also be used. There is parking for approximately 30 cars outside the building & further space in nearby Cambridge & Falaise roads.
Please contact the Museum office for further details.