Your Ceremony

Licensed for civil marriage and partnership ceremonies, the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture has all the colour and light of a grand cathedral, but in an intimate setting. Filled with dazzling, joyful artworks, it’s a unique and magical place for a ceremony with up to 50 guests. 

A memorable backdrop to your ceremony, these include the 15-foot tall ‘Cosmic Egg’ – “about where we came from, where we are going” – as well as “LOVE”, its large letters inviting reflection (as well as excellent photo ops).

Other Instagrammable pieces on site include portraits of Dame Zandra Rhodes and the legendary Divine. 

Our award-winning wedding coordinator can arrange professional photography, flowers or anything else you may require.

The Museum can be hired on an exclusive basis and can accommodate up to 50 guests, with 40 seated and 10 standing. Once your registrar or celebrant has completed the nuptials, drinks and canapes can be served for your guests to enjoy.
Our wedding coordinator can arrange everything from flowers to a photographer. However, if this is something that you would prefer to arrange yourself, to the right are a few local suppliers we can recommend.


In order to arrange a civil marriage or civil partnership, both
you and your partner will need to give Notice of Marriage/Civil Partnership to the Registrar where you live. You can learn more
by clicking on the link here – Arrange to get married in Powys
Powys County Council


Our local Celebrant is also the Town Crier for the nearby market town of Montgomery.
Sue Blower, Trefaldwyn Celebrant Services
Telephone: 01686668379/07939128286
Email: [email protected]


Aileen Cooper
Lavender Blue, Berriew
Telephone: 01686 640266
Email: [email protected]

Poppy’s Florist
Telephone: 01938 553487
Email: [email protected]


Leri Lane
Telephone: 07951 435916
Email: [email protected]

Spinning Your Dreams
Martin & Julia Webb
Telephone: 01938 570069
Email: [email protected]

Florence Fox
Telephone: 07428 635272
Email: [email protected]

Logan creates artworks that
“give everyday items an almost sacred feel”
– ArtUK

“A British national treasure since before that phrase was invented”
– the FT

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