From the Grade I Listed medieval Stone Hall, with its impressive stone floor and oak beamed ceiling to the ornate Georgian Assembly Room, the complex offers a range of beautiful rooms which are available for hire for weddings, special gatherings and business functions.
Our experienced staff will be available to answer questions throughout the planning of your event and be able to assist and advise with the smooth running of your event.
Your hire fee includes the provision of two members of staff to support you on the day.
Stone Hall – the Hall of the Trinity Guild
Civil ceremonies for up to 120 guests and conference and business functions
One of King’s Lynn’s two guildhalls, the Trinity Guildhall was built in the early 1420s. Its impressive stone floor and exposed beams are lit by the great south window which was rebuilt in 1766. The window contains numerous panes signed by plumbers and glaziers who worked on the window during the 18th and 19th centuries.
The hall is decorated with imposing portraits including the first portrait of
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, presented to the town by Queen Elizabeth.
The Stone Hall can also be used for conference and business functions.
The Assembly Room
Wedding breakfasts for up to 120 guests and evening functions, conferences, business meetings and concerts for up to 180 guests
Completed in 1768 and featuring six stunning chandeliers, the Assembly Room and adjacent Card Room were restored in 1988 with their original 18th century colouring.
Portraits include those of famous local figures and royal subjects painted by local artists including King Charles I, Sir Robert Walpole, King George III, King William III and Queen Mary II, Admiral Lord Nelson, born nearby at Burnham Thorpe, Captain George Vancouver and Fanny Burney, daughter of the organist of St Margaret’s Church and credited with being England’s first female novelist.
The Card Room
Available for photos, Bride/Groom courtesy room and business meetings for up to 20 people
The Card Room is dominated by the fine Rococo pier glass mirror of around 1750. It is surmounted by a basket of fruit and foliate with ribbon swag decoration.
It is made of Scots pine and recent restoration has revealed the original water gilding.
The Court Room
Used as the Magistrates’ Court for 150 years until 1982, this rare example of a Victorian Court is available for your guests to view.
The areas available for hire are fully accessible. There is a low level reception counter, a lift to all rooms and ground and first floor disabled toilets.
There are disabled parking bays in the pay and display car parks both in front and behind the Town Hall.
We welcome assistance dogs and an infra red hearing loop is available for use in the Assembly Room.