Getting married and looking for some wedding inspiration?

A popular Hertfordshire wedding venue is holding a special event for couples tying the knot.

Knebworth House and Barns, a stunning venue for your special day, is hosting an intimate wedding showcase on Sunday, January 21, 2024.

Between 11am and 1.30pm, you can meet the venue's wedding planners and local trusted suppliers, to give you a taste of what they can offer to make your wedding dreams a reality.

This event is free to attend, so book your tickets online now. Visit

For more details, see or call the Knebworth Barns sales team on 01438 813825.

A spectacular historic house set in 250 acres of attractive parkland, the sky really is the limit when it comes to ideas and inspiration for your wedding at Knebworth House and Barns.

The 16th century Tithe Barns and the contemporary Lytton and Cobbold Barns offer a stunning venue for your wedding breakfast and evening party, allowing you to host your perfect wedding day all at one venue.



The Garden Gazebo also offers a romantic location for you to hold your civil marriage ceremony within the landscaped gardens.

The gardens at Knebworth House date back to the 1600s, with the present design landscaped in the Victorian and Edwardian times.

They offer a beautiful setting for your treasured photographs with Knebworth House as a stunning backdrop.

From elegant wedding breakfasts in the House to more unique, vintage offerings in the Barns, it really is a venue that will keep your guests talking for years to come.

The Knebworth estate is best known for hosting huge rock concerts by the likes of the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Queen, Oasis, Robbie Williams and most recently Liam Gallagher.

It is also a regular filming location for movies and TV series, with The Crown, Netflix serial killer thriller series YOU, Paddington 2 and The Flash among the estate's on screen credits.

Knebworth House was also a location for The King's Speech, with Colin Firth returning to the estate for shooting of The Secret Garden.