Historic Wedding Venues USA
There’s something timeless and romantic about having your wedding in a historical venue – don’t you think? From weathered-looking old factories to rooftop venues and old chapels – just a few of the historic wedding venues USA has to choose from. Take a look at some of our favourites.
617 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90014
The Oviatt Building is the most famous rooftop penthouse in Los Angeles. The first of its kind, this gorgeous space with quaint Art Deco features was the brainchild and home of James Oviatt (1888-1974). It has a capacity for 120 guests, and there is a bridal suite, Art Deco bathroom, cocktail lounge and historical bar and the rooftop terrace with lounge furniture.
650 6th St SW, Winter Haven, FL 33880
Venue 650 is a central Florida location located between Tampa and Orlando in the city of Winter Haven. The location is steeped in rich history. “At the printing press” reflects Winter Haven’s first newspaper circa 1911. It has over 10,500 square feet, high ceilings, oversized windows and doors with a view of the lush garden, enabling the user to create the ambience of their desire.
OKC Farmers Public Market
311 S Klein Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Built in 1928, the market beautifully features 15-foot sun-drenched windows, its original maple floors – creating the largest dance floor in the state – and a mezzanine that allows guests to linger while enjoying the best view of the action below. This is Oklahoma City’s oldest and most unique event centre, with unmatched architecture guaranteed to leave a lasting impression on your special day.
The Stockroom at 230
230 Fayetteville St, 2nd floor, Raleigh, NC 27601
The Stockroom at 230 is a special events venue in downtown Raleigh’s centre. Guests stroll through the City of Oaks to arrive at the entrance of a unique piece of the city’s history. On the second floor of the Carolina Trust Building, a blend of exposed brick, hardwood floors, lofty lattice ceilings laced with market lighting, and natural light crafts an atmosphere exceptional for your wedding.
16221 Crystal Hills Dr, Austin, TX 78737
Chapel Dulcinea was constructed on the new campus of Wizard Academy to express their belief in the value of long-term commitment. Chapel Dulcinea sits daringly on the edge of an ancient walking trail on the Wizard Academy Campus, approximately 20 minutes southwest of downtown Austin. Yes, it’s an outdoor chapel, and the weather isn’t always perfect. But life is like that, isn’t it?
Marigny Opera House
725 St Ferdinand St, New Orleans, LA 70117
Marigny Opera House, also known as the Church of the Arts, is an opera house and performing arts centre in Faubourg Marigny, New Orleans, Louisiana. Now one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the country, the Marigny Opera House’s charm and aesthetic speaks for itself. The space is easily customizable to fit your dream ceremony, reception or both.
293 N Main St, Centerton, AR 72719
The Ravington is a wedding, events, filming, and performing arts venue on Main Street in Centerton, AR. With over 100 years of history, 18′ high ceilings, exposed brick walls, reclaimed wood flooring, beautiful lighting, and handcrafted decor and furniture, the Ravington is a unique and customizable backdrop for events of any style.
The Turnbull Building
1401 Fort St, Chattanooga, TN 37402
Once the site of the Turnbull Cone & Machine Company, The Turnbull Building is an adaptive reuse and restoration of a National Register of Historic Places structure. Featuring historical architectural elements, The Turnbull merges Chattanooga’s past with the present, making it an unparalleled setting for your wedding. Located on the 3rd and 4th floor of a historic warehouse loft, the two separate floors add up to 10,000 square feet of venue space to comfortably host intimate and large events.
Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
1228 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64105
The Midland is a unique wedding venue in downtown Kansas City, blending historic elegance with modern AV. The theatre is well known for its over 500,000 feet of gold leaf, five giant Czechoslovakian hand-cut crystal chandeliers, irreplaceable art objects, and spectacular wood and plaster work. The Midland features flexible seating from standing to theatre-style to full banquet seating, with live-show capacity ranging from 1300 to 3000. The venue features state-of-the-art sound, lighting and amenities that enhance the historic ambience, providing a premium entertainment experience to guests.
Located in a protected lagoon on the Columbia River, Alderbrook Station is a relic of the salmon fishing industry in Astoria. One of the region’s last intact marine industrial structures, the Net Shed offers a unique architectural experience. There are three floors and 15,000 square feet of timber post and beam; the historic warehouses are perched on wood pilings over the Columbia. Wood windows provide views of the river, a historic train trestle bridge, and the Washington Coast beyond.
Church & State
370 S 300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Iconic and traditional meets modern industrial design in this renovated former church. Housed in a historic 22,000-square-foot building in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, Church & State offers a unique and quirky space for your wedding day, with exposed brickwork and large rugs on the floor.
The Lake Erie Building
13000 Athens Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107
Located on the second floor, the event space in the Lake Erie Building hosts dozens of events each year. The Lake Erie Room is over 7,000 square feet and can comfortably host seated events of up to 375 guests, though smaller events fit nicely, too. Their extended rental time frame and flexibility with vendor choices set this space apart from every other venue in Cleveland.