Weddings at Magdalene College
Located in the centre of historic Cambridge, beautifully situated on the banks of the River Cam, Magdalene College is an impressive location for your Wedding.
The Pepys building, with its beautiful cloisters bedecked with hanging baskets, lends itself wonderfully for a civil ceremony. The immaculate college grounds are a perfect setting for champagne receptions and wedding photographs. And the magnificent 16th century College Hall, where the wedding party dines by candlelight, creates an atmosphere that is scarce rivaled elsewhere in Cambridge. Imagine walking through the ancient courts, retracing the steps of T S Elliot, C S Lewis, Samuel Pepys, and Rudyard Kipling to name but a few.
For evening receptions, Ramsay Hall is a perfect space for a disco or Ceilidh. (Please note we cannot permit amplified music).
Your Wedding Day is one of the most important days of your life. Our dedicated Wedding Co-ordinator and team of experts aim to ensure that you have a perfect and memorable day that you, your family and friends will treasure for years to come.
We offer a fantastic wedding package. Our dedicated Wedding Co-ordinator and team of experts aim to ensure that you have a perfect and memorable day that you, your family and friends will treasure for years to come.
Wedding Event Rooms
Magdalene has some fantastic spaces in which to get married or hold a reception. The Second Court with the beautiful Pepys Building cloisters bedecked with hanging baskets, the immaculate College Gardens or the magnificent 16th century candlelit College Hall.
We have a variety of mouth-watering menus to tempt you with, take a look at the wedding menu packages we offer or if you would like to discuss your requirements, our experienced Head Chef will be happy to give advice on all aspects of your wedding breakfast.
Magdalene College is licensed as a venue for civil marriages and civil partnerships. Ceremonies can take place in Benson Hall, in Second Court under the Pepys building cloisters or in Ramsay Hall.
As a general rule, we can hold civil ceremonies and wedding receptions during our vacation periods. These periods are Easter, the summer vacation of July, August & September and Christmas; all subject to availability.