|Victoria Halls Stirling Road, Dunblane FK15 9EX|
|Victoria Hall Dunblane Website|
The Victoria Hall with its stunning interior was built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. The Hall is now owned by Stirling Council although since 1998 it has been run on a daily basis by a Management Committee. These unpaid volunteers have raised an incredible amount of money which has been reinvested in the Hall restoring it to its former glory.
An ornate feature of the Main Hall is a beautifully decorated ceiling, although it also has a very unique sprung floor which is perfect for dancing or exercising. It is able to accommodate 150 people seated at tables for a reception/dance or 250 for a concert, including the use of the Balcony.
The Victoria Hall is licensed to hold Civil Marriage Ceremonies.
The Lesser Hall is furnished to a very high standard and is ideal for small civil wedding ceremonies for up to a maximum of 48 people. It is also a very popular meeting room for groups, organisations and businesses.
The Supper Room is used for meetings of up to 40 people although when there is a dance or reception this room is used to serve food and as a Bar area.
All parts of the Victoria Hall are accessible to wheelchair users. There is a toilet for disabled people which is also used as a baby changing room.
The Hall is conveniently located off the M9 Motorway and is directly opposite Dunblane's mainline railway station.
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