Haddington marriage facility

Town history

Haddington is the county town of East Lothian and is where the main headquarters of East Lothian Council is located. It has many historic buildings to visit such as the Town House (designed by William Adam) and St Mary's Parish Church (damaged during the Rough Wooing of 1548). John Knox, founder of Calvinism, was born in Haddington, in 1513.

The venue

The marriage room in Haddington is located within John Muir House, the Council headquarters, a building that dates from 1833.


  • seating for 40 (including the bridal party)
  • music (provided)
  • floral decorations (provided)
  • loop system for people with hearing difficulties

If you wish to bring your own music and flowers then this can be aranged by speaking to the registrar.

French windows take you out into a landscaped internal courtyard and gardens.

Photographs can be taken both inside and outside the room.

Access and parking

Access to the venue is from Court Street and there is a disabled lift provided for wheelchair users.

Parking is available on Court Street for up to an hour and a half.