Tin Chapel Wedding

Wedding couple standing in front of Henton tin chapel at Chiltern Open Air Museum

Have a tin chapel wedding

Our quirky, restored tin chapel from Henton is now licensed for civil wedding ceremonies. The little tin chapel was used for services from 1886 until the 1970s. It was dismantled in 1993 and restored and reconstructed at the Museum between 1994 and 1997. It is no longer used as a religious building. It was used in 2011 for the filming of an episode of Midsomer Murders.

The tin chapel is available for week day ceremonies 2.30pm – 5.30pm and can comfortably host the wedding couple and up to 16 guests.

What’s included

  • Exclusive use of Henton tin chapel for your civil ceremony 2.30pm – 5.30pm
  • Ample car parking for your guests
  • Seating for the wedding couple and up to 16 guests
  • Use of the Museum’s buildings, gardens and grounds for your photographs

Optional Extras

  • Drinks package

Wedding prices

*Photography by Eneka Stewart Photography.

 


Search our site

Join our mailing list

Donate