About The Venue


Ideally situated in the heart of Scarborough with superb sea views across the South Bay and along the cliffs as far as Flamborough.

STEEPED IN HISTORY


Built in 1844 the Jacobean style red brick mansion was originally named St Nicholas House. In 1898, the now Grade II listed building became the town’s Town Hall, and was officially opened, with newly built Council Chamber and offices, by HRH Princess Beatrice, in 1903.

The Town Hall has five elegant, historic rooms licensed for non religious civil weddings, civil partnerships, naming and vow renewal ceremonies, giving you the choice of room that best suits your requirements.

Scarborough Town Hall and Queen Elizabeth statue
Scarborough Council Chamber

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Scarborough Town Hall 54.281800, -0.398048

Magnificent rooms