The Assembly Hall in the Old Town Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire is now being made available by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council as a venue for the ceremony of solemnisation of civil marriage.
For more information, please go to this link: www.dlrcoco.ie/gp/Civil_Marriages.htm
The Town Hall was originally constructed between 1878 and 1880, and was one of the last public buildings to be built in Dún Laoghaire in the 19th Century. The Assembly Hall is located on the 1st floor and features bespoke timber wall panelling, vaulted ceilings, decorative plaster work and cornices, and solid oak floors, all of which were extensively renovated recently.
Unfortunately, wedding receptions cannot be held in the Town Hall, but there are several excellent locations in Dún Laoghaire and nearby.
You can obtain information on the procedures that must be followed to arrange a civil ceremony by following this link:
A flat charge of €500 currently applies to book the Assembly Hall for a civil ceremony. This charge includes the provision of furniture (chairs, tables, etc.), a private room for the registrar and the use of a public address system.
Ceremonies must be arranged for before 3.30pm and the maximum attendance is 100.
For further enquiries please contact Facilities Management section, Corporate Services on (01) 2054700 ext 4020/4086/4016 or log onto www.dlrcoco.ie.