Wedding Venues In Dublin
Thomas Prior Hall can host weddings for up to 160 guests. When you book your wedding with us, you will be guided along this process with the help of our dedicated wedding team.
Newly refurbished in early 2016, Thomas Prior Hall has additional unique features such as a stylish contemporary bar area, a mobile dance floor, inbuilt lighting systems, an advanced PA system, air conditioning units and a unique mantle hearth. The new state-of-the-art air conditioning units installed behind the wooden paneling ensure that your guests remain cool and comfortable..Read more
There is a tremendous amount of photographic opportunities throughout the property. Founded in the 19th century, the building was originally used as Masonic Girls’ School and many of its original fittings and features are still standing today. When inside Thomas Prior Hall, you can use the secret staircase that leads you up to the choir balcony. From the choir balcony, you can take photographs overlooking the banqueting room while guests dine or raise a toast. In the banquet room, the surrounding walls are made of striking wooden panelling. If you look closely at certain parts, you will see some of the work of past students! The large stained glass colonial windows are a striking feature in this space along with the high ceilings and crystal chandeliers.
Scenery for Wedding Photography
The garden surrounds of Thomas Prior Hall ensure additional photographic opportunities for your wedding day. The gardens include a large white water fountain, tall chestnut trees, a vintage bandstand and a spacious lawn, along with a beautiful backdrop of Ballsbridge. If you wish to step outside the gates of Thomas Prior Hall, Herbert Park is a short stroll away with a quaint pond and the greenery is perfect for photos.
Join is for our Wedding Showcase in one of Dublin’s most popular and renowned wedding venues Thomas Prior Hall on the 19th of August 2017 from 2pm to 5pm or see us at the RDS we will be at The Wedding & Honeymoon Show ® in the RDS on the 1st and 2nd .