Wedding photographer Queens House

Wedding Photographer At Queen's House

Another south London delight, the Queen's House was built in the 17th century by the famous landscape architect Inigo Jones. It was home to Queen Anne, wife of James I, who hosted such sumptuous parties that it became known as the 'House of Delight'.

It now provides an ideal venue for civil marriage ceremonies and wedding receptions, run by its own wedding coordinators who will ensure everything runs perfectly.

It is also perfect for the wedding photographer. Bathed in natural southern light the the Orangery and its parlours provide intimate setting for ceremonies for up to 50 guests, and receptions for up to 120 guests. The Orangery and south lawns afford inspiring views across London's oldest Royal Park and up to the world-renowned Royal Observatory. A magnificent setting for your wedding photography.

National Maritime Museum
Park Row
London SE10 9NF
020 8312 8517


Douglas Fry is an accredited supplier of the Royal Museums Greenwich.


If you would like to see more of Douglas Fry's recent wedding photographs taken at The Queen's House please visit the blog page