Say 'I do' at The Grand Station
Grand Station, WV10 0BF
01902 454 550 | www.grandstation.co.uk
The Grand Station originally opened in 1854 as a Grade II listed building formerly known as the Lower Level Train Station. In 2012, after the building was derelict for almost 30 years, it was transformed into a popular venue for weddings, events and conferences.
Situated just a short walk from Wolverhampton’s train station and town centre, the Grand Station is situated in the heart of the city. The property has a large outdoor space and the exterior was designed by engineer Sir John Fowler, with the rack work by Mr Henry Robertson and the roof and layout by Mr Isambard Kingdom Brunel. As Wolverhampton’s former train station, the space has retained its historical feel, but has transformed the former train platforms into modern venue spaces as well as the former ticket area, which is now used for civil ceremonies.
Celebrate in style
Civil ceremonies take place in the stunning Old Ticketing Hall, which can hold up to 150 guests. This space has Italian Renaissance ceilings, and classic sash windows finished with a grand chandelier that looks great in photographs.
There are two main venue spaces: the Grand Hall and the Brunel Suite. The Grand Hall can hold up to 700 guests and is fitted with luxurious décor and benefits from mobile staging that can be arranged to meet different requirements. Alternatively, the Brunel Suite can hold up to 120 friends and family and is ideal for intimate weddings. The space is beautifully finished and adorned with ornate golden mirrors. Both suites have private entrances, bar areas, kitchens and washroom facilities.
Lovebirds will have access to the bride and groom suites.