Weddings & Rooms

The Preston wedding ceremony venue

Preston Masonic Hall is just perfect for weddings. Whether it's for a reception of up to 200 people, or a more intimate wedding ceremony, our venue offers a stunning, stylish backdrop for your celebration. We can provide in-house catering and bar staff, decorations and DJ entertainment as part of our great value wedding packages. With various function rooms and dining rooms and a magnificent ballroom, our building is suitable for all kinds of weddings and wedding parties. For more details on what we can do for you, call us now on 01772 252170 or send an email to
Room prepared for wedding ceremonies in Preston

Our Packages

At Preston Masonic Hall, we can staff and cater a wedding of almost any size. Our packages include everything you need, including decorations, DJ's and use of the appropriately sized rooms in our building, which features plaster ceilings, chandeliers and art deco wall lamps and is perfect for your wedding photographs. Call us to discover more about our package deals.
Catering at a wedding ceremony in Preston

Catering & Entertainment

We offer several different wedding packages which are all designed to ensure you and your guests have a day to remember. All catering is in-house and prepared by our experienced resident chef. If you’d like something different then that’s no problem – call or email us and we will be happy to discuss any requirements to meet your needs or budget.

Our Function Rooms

Tuscan Room (small ground floor dining/function room with dance floor)
A small intimate dining/function room with panelled walls, chandeliers and dance floor Licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies for up to 100 people. 

Corinthian Room (first floor) Capacity 150
The Largest first floor dining/function room.

Ionic Room
A small intimate dining/function room with panelled walls, chandeliers, Licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies for up to 50 people. 
The Hargreaves Suite (banquet suite) Capacity 200
The main function rooms of the building comprising Ballroom, separate bar, and a further small lounge. 

Derby Fazackerley Lounge (first floor bar lounge)
Derby Fazackerley was a Preston Freenmason and the architect responsible for the plans of the Hall.
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