Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the dress code at The Sculpture Galllery?

The dress code varies depending on which event you are attending. If you are attending a wedding, please check with the bridal couple. If you are attending one of our 'Events for your Diary' events, please refer to the relevant page on this site, or ask a member of our team, these events vary from black tie, or cocktail to smart casual. 

Q. Do you cater for specialist weddings?

The Woburn Estate is the perfect venue for multi faith receptions. Our professional and experienced staff are renowned for their excellence, and in addition to our in-house team, we have a range of renowned partners who can offer exceptional catering for any cuisine. Together, we can offer all you need for Jewish, Hindu, Muslim or Multi-faith ceremonies and receptions.  

For further details, please visit the Weddings at Woburn website.  

Q. Do you allow external caterers? 

Yes, when chosen from our list of renowned partners for specialist weddings only, in this case a facility fee will be applicable. For those events, that do not require external catering for a religious or cultural reason, our experienced in-house team, headed by Executive Chef Olivier Bertho, will be delighted to help create your perfect menu. 

Q. When is The Sculpture Gallery open and what time do you close after events? 

We ask guests to arrange carriages for midnight following weddings and private evening events. Our bar closes at 11:30pm. The operations and sales office is open Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. 

Q. How do we organise return transport from The Sculpture Gallery?  

As The Sculpture Gallery is in a rural location we would suggest using one of our preferred taxi companies, as they are familiar with The Woburn Estate.

A member of the the team will be more than happy to reserve taxis for you. 

Q. Are fireworks permitted at our wedding or event?

Unfortunately we are unable to allow fireworks of any kind at The Sculpture Gallery. The venue lies within the grounds of Woburn Abbey which itself is surrounded by the 3,000 acre deer park and Woburn Safari Park.