The Victoria Hall, known originally as The Agricultural Hall was built in 1858 as a meeting place for farmers and a library. In 1899 the name changed to The Victoria Hall and it was established as a charity. This unique Victorian Grade II listed building has a rich history, charm and character and the focus of social life for the town and county of Rutland.
In 2002, an Oakham Town Health check revealed great support for the building, central to the lives and memories of many Rutlander’s and, in 2004, after securing grant funding, the Victoria Hall received a well-earned make over. The removal of the 1950’s hung ceiling to reveal the original Victorian high vaulted ceiling, with its cast iron supports was a visual delight! With a new lease of life, the Hall, once again, became the focus of the community.
Now a leading Rutland multi-functional venue, it is a perfect setting for a wide range of occasions. Tailored to your budget and requirements, The Victoria Hall offers a bespoke service which allows you to create your own event with a flexible and professional service for up to 200 people. An established Art Gallery is also on the ground floor.
Date From: 01/01/2017
High Street, town centre, Oakham
Car Parking in Church Street, Mill Street and Burley Road car parks, all a short walk to The Victoria Hall.