Weddings in the park

You cannot get a more stylish and romantic ambiance for a civil wedding than this: The small, but tastefully furnished library in Kaiser-Wilhelms-Bad is used by the Bad Homburg registry office as its secondary venue for weddings on several Saturdays in the year – and, of course, decorated particularly festively for the ceremonies.

The bath house, which was inaugurated in 1890, formed one of the focal points of social life in the elegant worldly spa of Homburg v. d. Höhe around the turn of the century. Its Renaissance style is as eye catching as ever. The rotunda beneath the impressive dome, in particular, is frequently used as the venue for a champagne reception following the wedding ceremony. If the weather is nice, however, glasses may also be raised in front of Kaiser-Wilhelms-Bad against the backdrop of the heritage-protected Kurpark.

The team at Kur- und Kongress-GmbH will gladly help to make the loveliest day in your life an experience to remember. It can organize individual wedding arrangements, such as horse-drawn carriages or chimney sweeps, or a wedding photo amidst "guests" from the local amateur dramatics society dressed in historic costumes to reflect the "spa glamour around 1900".  A catalog entitled "Weddings in the park" provides details of the available offers.

"Weddings in the park" catalog

The primary registry office venue is less glamorous, but no less charming and romantic, in the historic School House on Schulberg. The timber building was built in 1738 and elaborately refurbished in 2005 with the help of original materials that were still suitable for use. Since then, it has housed the Bad Homburg registry office. Weddings can also take place here on Saturdays.