Ordsall Hall is Salford’s oldest and most historic wedding venue. A real hidden gem situated a stone’s throw from Salford Quays and Manchester City Centre. The Grade 1 listed building is steeped in Salford history and has recently undergone an extensive £6.5m renovation.
Over 800 years old the Grade 1 listed building is licensed to host civil marriages and partnerships with ceremonies taking place on Fridays and Saturdays.
The striking wooden framed Tudor exterior, atmospheric décor and beautifully landscaped gardens make it a stunning location for your big day. The historic charm and traditional style of this impressive venue provides the perfect location for an intimate celebration. Say your vows in the glorious surroundings of the 500 year old timber framed Great Hall under the grand Victorian chandelier, then wander through the manicured gardens with stone carved benches and lavender planting.
A truly striking venue the Hall also caters for drinks receptions and canapés so why not stay for a celebration after the ceremony.
Ordsall Hall has over 800 years of history woven into its fabric with stories linked to the industrial revolution, the Civil War and the Gunpowder plot. It even has its own ghost!