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Dover Town Hall

Perfect for Traditional Wedding Ceremonies – Contact us today:
E: dover@yourleisure.uk.com | T:  01304 201200

The historic Maison Dieu has been a place of hospitality and celebration for almost 800 years.

Today the building boasts a magnificent suite of four beautiful rooms, complemented by historic paintings and splendid Victorian stained glass windows.

Having been approved for civil marriage, the Maison Dieu can accommodate various sized parties for ceremonies with the Stone Hall and Council Chambers both comfortably seating up to 60. The flexibility of the venue also allows for additional guests of up to 300 for a sit down reception and 400 for an evening celebration.

Ideal for:

  • Banqueting
  • Dinner/Dance
  • Wedding Ceremonies & Receptions
  • Birthday & Anniversary Celebrations
  • Award Ceremonies
  • Meetings & Workshops
  • Day Conferences

 

Building Tours

Our friends at The Dover Society voluntarily run building tours of this wonderful historic site.

The tours usually run Wednesday from 10am until 4pm ( 1st April – 31st October ) from 10am until 2pm ( 1st November – 31st March ) visitors will be able to join a guided tour of the building led by volunteer guides from The Dover Society. There will be a small charge of £2 .00 for adults (children under 16 free ) Dover Town Hall is a working building and tour routes may vary depending on functions.

Please ring the Dover Visitor Information Centre 01304 205108 to check tours are running before making a special visit.

Telephone: 01304 201200

Email: dover@yourleisure.uk.com

Address: Maison Dieu Dover Town Hall
Biggin St
Dover
Kent
CT16 1DL

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Maison Dieu (Dover Town Hall)

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Maison Dieu (Dover Town Hall) 51.128088, 1.308746 Maison Dieu (Dover Town Hall)Perfect Traditional Wedding CeremoniesThe historic Maison Dieu has been a place of hospitality and celebration for almost 800 years.