The Archbishops Palace, Maidstone was mainly built during the 14th century by Archbishop Courtenay, and is now the location for Maidstone and Kent’s register office. It’s a grand, imposing setting for a register office, so makes for great wedding photographs, with easy access down to the river Medway behind it, and a separate, private garden to the side for photography. Internally, it has rooms that cater for a variety of different sized weddings.

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If you’re thinking of getting married at The Archbishops Palace, please contact me for more information.

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