Musselburgh marriage facility

Town history

Musselburgh, famously known as the "Honest Toun", is the largest town within East Lothian and is a town of historic interest. It is famous for its fishing, wire and cotton industries and the Romans occupied the area between 142 and 163 AD.

The venue

There are two marriage rooms located within the Brunton Hall, a building that was officially opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, on 23 June 1971.

Marriage Rooms

The larger of the two rooms is located on the second floor

Facilities

  • seating for up to 100 guests
  • designated seating area for the main wedding party
  • music (provided, please ask if you wish to provide your own)
  • floral decorations (provided, please ask if you wish to provide your own)
  • loop system for people with hearing difficulties

The smaller room is located on the ground floor and lends itself to a smaller, more intimate wedding

Facilities

  • seating for up to 25 guests (including the wedding party)
  • designated seating area for the main wedding party
  • music (provided, please ask if you wish to provide your own)
  • floral decorations (provided, please ask if you wish to provide your own)
  • loop system for people with hearing difficulties

There are several scenic places available nearby for photographs; Fisherrow Harbour, the River Esk, Inveresk Gardens and Lewisvale Park.

Access and parking

Access, including disabled access, to the building, is by both front and rear entrances. The marriage rooms are accessible by stairs or by lift.

There is ample car parking located to the rear of the building, which can accommodate cars and buses.