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We got married up in Gretna last year and Frank performed the Our handfasting ceremony the following day! It was better fun than our actual wedding day!! Frank was extremely amusing,informative and helpful.After performing our ceremony and explaining to us how handfasting came to be...More
Just want to say how amazing it was to have our wedding blessing for our 10th wedding anniversary done at Gretna green blacksmith shop. We had Frank carry out our ceremony and he was brilliant and made us feel so special!! He even took loads...More
Can't imagine anyone going past here for the first time not stopping! We did although planned in advance. So glad we did, for the history of the place. Also an array of shops for souvenirs or something to eat & drink. A wedding couple were...More
We managed to get a walk in handfasting ceremony as they would have got married years ago! Not legally binding or anything! But a perfect 10 year anniversary present.
It was £40 which included the museum.
The man who performed the "ceremony" was very knowledgable...More
We made a brief stop at this iconic shop to take in the history and romance of the place. The shop is part museum and part marriage venue. The museum has a collection of memorabilia and artefacts of eloping couples from days gone by, the...More
I have always wanted to visit Gretna, so took the chance on a recent holiday. It is an amazing place and while we were there we saw several couples taking their wedding vows.
The shops are full of interesting and unusual gifts. There was a...More
I was in the area to show my American friends Gretna green, this place doesn't disappoint. the different shops, cafe , bar and restaurant, the history tour was fantastic, we even got to see a wedding and a man playing the bagpipes!!
Travelling up from London, and this was our halfway point, especially with its history! Gretna Green Blacksmith Shop is actually a small village of buildings, including the museum, merchandise shops and a large foodhall where we got lunch for the day. There seems to be...More
Visited the blacksmith at Gretna green didn't no what to expect really thinking it could just be an old blacksmith shop was really amazed got cafes souvenir shops also a nice small museum and a small playground for little children also a maize to walk...More