Are you looking for a unique and unforgettable wedding day? Milestones Museum is the perfect place for you to put a twist on tradition and do something completely out of the ordinary for your wedding. Our living history museum brings another dimension to your wedding day, making it memorable, fun and immersive. You will never find a more quirky venue for your special day.
Weddings at Milestones take place in period streets with historic vehicles parked in the cobbled lanes. Our team, in period dress, will give you and your guests a warm welcome and ensure you have a fabulous day. Both small and large parties will feel completely comfortable in the streets taking up as much or as little space as you require for your wedding celebrations.
Our 1940s pub, the Baverstock Arms, will be open for a celebratory drink or two. You can even add a little extra to your day and enjoy our 1940's sweet shop or a traditional cream tea in our Vintage Tea Tent. Wartime ration cards for the sweet shop are even available as wedding favours!
Wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 200 guests can take place in your choice of location. Choose between Jubilee Street with pretty cottage and shop fronts, Station Approach leading to the Victorian Railway Station or Victoria Place, the perfect setting for a 1940s themed wedding. Our Victoria School Room is also licensed for intimate ceremonies of up to 25 people.
Available from 4:30pm till late every day of the year, Milestones Museum is the perfect place for a unique wedding and if you love the thought of a vintage themed special day you will not find a better place.
As a living history museum the best way to experience Milestones Museum is to see it for yourself. Viewings are available by appointment. To make an enquiry, please complete the wedding enquiry form via the link below. Alternatively, call 01256 639550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In line with government guidance, we are currently able to host weddings for up to 15 guests.
Photography credit: Anna Mikulich Photography. Thank you to Anna Mikulich Photography for the wedding photography used here. Anna is an expert local wedding photographer with experience working at both Milestones Museum and Basing House.