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Built in 1882 by George Burt, Swanage Town Hall is a historic Victorian building set in the heart of the charming seaside town of Swanage. The building's distinctive façade was designed by Edward Jerman, a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren, and features the emblem of the Mercers’ Company. The Council Chamber itself offers attractive and dignified surroundings for your ceremony. 

Facilities available at Swanage Town Hall

  • Indoor ceremony rooms

    The Council Chamber

    Please contact us for current information about the number of guests permitted.

  • Venue features

    Pay and display parking nearby

Address

Swanage Town Council

High Street

Swanage

BH19 2NZ

Photo Credit

Special thanks to Claire Richards Photography for the use of some of the photos at Swanage Town Hall on this page.