Centrality measure is an essential tool in network analysis and widely used in the domain of computer science, biology and sociology. Taking advantage of the speedup offered by quantum computation, various quantum centrality measures have been proposed. However, few work of quantum centrality involves weighted graphs, while the weight of edges should be considered in certain real-world networks. In this work, we extend the centrality measure based on continuous-time quantum walk to weighted graphs. We testify the feasibility and reliability of this quantum centrality using an ensemble of 41675 graphs with various topologies and comparing with the eigenvector centrality measure. The average Vigna’s correlation index of all the tested graphs with all edge weights in [1,10] is as high as 0.967, indicating the pretty good consistency of rankings by the continuous-time quantum walk centrality and the eigenvector centrality. The intuitive consistency of the top-ranked vertices given by this quantum centrality measure and classical centrality measures is also demonstrated on large-scale weighted graphs. Moreover, the range of the continuous-time quantum walk centrality values is much bigger than that of classical centralities, which exhibits better distinguishing ability to pick the important vertices from the ones with less importance. All these results show that the centrality measure based on continuous-time quantum walk still works well on weighted graphs.