Say 'I do' at the Brangwyn

Say 'I do' at the Brangwyn Brangwyn, SA1 4PE
01792 635 432 | www.brangwyn.co.uk

The Brangwyn is a Grade II listed property with striking and majestic architecture. Its high panelled ceilings and walls adorned with the historic Empire panels by renowned artist Sir Frank Brangwyn make it a prestigious and grand setting.

Built in the 1930s, it’s within walking distance of Victoria Park and Swansea Bay, ideal for couples wanting to explore and take photographs.

Celebrate in style
There are three spaces available for weddings. The Brangwyn Hall is full of history and boasts high-panelled ceilings and walls. While the George Hall and Lord Mayor’s Reception Room have an Art Deco décor and are ideal for more intimate celebrations.

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The venue’s grand architecture and Art Deco décor.

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