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Making wedding day dreams a reality

Himley Hall is an eighteenth century Grade II* listed building set in 180 acres of ‘Capability Brown’ landscaped parkland.  As the former stately home of the Earl of Dudley Himley Hall was a luxurious, up-to-date home, so fashionable that in the 1930s it was a regular weekend retreat for Royal visitors, including Edward, Prince of Wales. 

In 1934 the Duke and Duchess of Kent spent the first two weeks of their honeymoon at Himley. Today, couples may marry where Royal newlyweds once took their honeymoon and photograph their special day in the grounds where princes once strolled.