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Marigny Opera Houselearn more

Besides being the iconic place Solange Knowles said “I-do” in front of her very famous sister and brother-in-law, the Marigny Opera House is a re-purposed church in New Orleans' historic Faubourg Marigny, designed by French architect Theodore Giraud and constructed in The beautiful and historic church was closed in and repurposed as a non-profit center for local performing artists.  It’s soaring ceilings and interior “lightness” as some say pair perfectly with time worn stones and fairy lights. It’s a magical place for merry and marry-making. 

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The Ravingtonlearn more

Originally the Ravington was the Mercantile and Hardware store for the thriving town of Centerton, Arkansas since Over the years it was a rabbit factory, a hair salon, an auction house, a Methodist church, then an antique store when it was purchased in fall and renovated and renamed The Ravington. If the devil is in the details, he certainly lives here. With beautiful, exposed brick walls, 18' high original pressed tin ceilings, seven chandeliers, reclaimed barnwood floors and a year old 11' tall door from a Palace in India acting as a ceremony backdrop, you’re covered on style points.

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The Turnbulllearn more

Once the site of the Turnbull Ice Cream Cone & Machine Company, The Turnbull sits on the 3rd and 4th floors of the historic building. Think magnificent exposed cedar beams, original steel and brickwork throughout the 10, sq.ft of venue space. Running a feasting table down the center of the space, underneath the beams, dripping with string lights and feathered greens, laden with fare to share, would be a wedding to remember indeed.

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The Bell Towerlearn more

The Bell Tower, now transformed into a modern, open venue with tons of natural light was one of the first churches built in Nashville by freed slaves after the Civil War in The renovation includes the original beams as well as the sub-flooring, which is comprised of salvaged wood from homes destroyed during the war. 
BONUS FEATURE: The Tasting Room which lives within the actual bell tower of the year old building. Impress your guests with this one-of-a-kind bar, home to over hand-picked bourbon, whiskey, and scotch selections.

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Keenelandlearn more

At Keeneland, a boutique racecourse on 1, acres of rolling bluegrass hills in Lexington, Kentucky, you’ll gather where some of the finest racehorses in the world have stretched their legs since   You’ll also find Keene Place, a spectacular Kentucky Limestone structure dating back to , once home to the original Keene family and now host to some of Kentucky’s most intimate and charming weddings.

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Alderbrook Stationlearn more

Located in a protected lagoon on the Columbia River in Oregon, Alderbrook Station is a weathered warehouse perched on wood pilings over the river.  With over three floors of space, the first a kitchenette, the second a haven for artists’ studios and the third a dramatic, open event space with high ceilings and views of the river from an observation deck. The historic waterfront property also includes docks, beach access, and a Boat House that has been converted to a residence for your wedding party. It’s a minimalist’s dream and the weathered wood and stones simply add to any marry-making magic.

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Tranquility Farmlearn more

Out in Virginia's horse and wine country lies Tranquility Farm, a historic Quaker farm from , with a rustic barn and an elegant, moss-covered fieldstone manor set on 23 acres of land. Gather at this picturesque farm and vineyard where Jackie Kennedy Onassis used to ride horses along a tranquil river. BONUS FEATURE:Today the silo's interior is a one-of-a-kind space for a cigar & whiskey bar, ceremony or rehearsal dinner.

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Ebell of Long Beachlearn more

The Ebell of Long Beach is a former women’s club, of 's Spanish Revival design, carefully restored to become a stylish 17,square-foot event space. Exposed brick, detailed archways, hand-stenciled ceilings, ornate fountains, a majestic ballroom with a grand fireplace and a sky-lit covered courtyard will infuse your wedding with some serious old school glamour. 

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The Manor Houselearn more

If you’re looking for a Southern-style plantation in the middle of snowy Colorado, look no further than The Manor House. Built in by billionaire John Shaffer, who frequently hosted former presidents Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft. Just 25 minutes from Downtown Denver, it boasts panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains, lush lawns and a resorted ballroom with exposed beams and chandeliers.

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Church & Statelearn more

A year-old spiritual sanctuary in downtown Salt Lake City is now the home to Church & State, a philanthropic community incubator for growing new ideas. If that’s not cool enough, they’ve kept some of the beautiful chapel elements intact with soaring arches and stained glass throughout.  With over 3, sq. ft., the chapel mixes historic grandeur with modern industrial elements to create an uniquely chic space with a special story; a perfect setting to tell yours.

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Falkirk Mansionlearn more

Falkirk Mansion is an Queen Ann Victorian, just minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Rafael and listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The estate's eleven acres include lush rolling lawns and rose gardens while indoors you’ll find large sun-filled rooms, exquisite coffered ceiling and floor-to-ceiling stained glass windows. Imagine cocktail hour on the open verandah underneath a year-old oak strung with twinkle lights, the air permeated with the fragrance of roses.

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Mill City Museumlearn more

The striking Mill City Museum was built on the banks of the Mississippi River, amid the ruins of the old Washburn A Flour Mill, a National Historic Landmark.  Weathered masonry walls frame a delightfully unpretentious outdoor courtyard and allow for room for up to guests. The crumbling stonework is a beautiful counterpoint to modern updates of steel and glass and a wedding dress would standout in images as otherworldly and utterly stunning.

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The Lake Erie Buildinglearn more

If you’re looking for walls that could tell a story or two… The Lake Erie Building is almost a hundred years old and houses factories, warehouses, offices, a winery, event space, and studios for art, craft, fitness, and dance. Originally built to manufacture the Templar Motor Cars, it’s an industrial, raw space lover’s dream. It has soaring ceilings, exposed beams and tall windows letting in beautiful, natural light, bathing you and your guests  in an otherworldly, rosy glow.

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The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farmlearn more

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, The Ruins at Vellum Valley Farm in Georgia are the product of a blazing fire from It was once a school and dormitory built by the Carnegie family, the fire destroyed everything but the beautiful stone foundations and chimneys that exist today. In addition to the imperfect perfection of the ruins, the property is set on 20 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The historic ruins are lit at night with twinkle lights and candles, creating an utterly magical wedding back drop.

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One Joneslearn more

Anchoring San Francisco’s mid-Market neighborhood is the Neoclassical-revival style of One Jones, built in and once the Hibernia Bank. It was the only building to survive the earthquake and gives off all kinds of swoon-worthy ‘Great Gatsby’ feels for a truly timeless soiree. Marble colonnades, ornate doors in colors mixed by time and six working bank vaults make this special spot reminiscent of another era. 

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Checker Halllearn more

Checker Hall is a neighborhood bar and bistro nestled on the second floor of a thoughtfully restored Masonic Hall in LA’s Highland Park.  Freemasonry began in medieval Europe as a guild for stonemasons, but lived on as a social organization. Vintage charm abounds and with a family style Mediterranean menu, it’s an ideal destination for I-Do’s. For a specialty wedding cocktail choose one of their “fast craft” cocktails, a playful homage to the establishment's Masonic temple past such as the “Chapter Sweetheart.”

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Spillianlearn more

Like the hotel from Dirty Dancing come to beautiful life, Spillian is an extraordinary ’s Gilded Age mansion built by the Fleischmanns Yeast family in the Catskills. You’ll have 30 acres of forests and meadows, eight bedrooms in the Mansion and hand-selected wines and spirits as the backdrop for a beautiful wedding. With a Cathedral in the woods and a chef’s collective boasting completely custom menu building capabilities, its an all-time gilded age gathering spot.

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Takk Houselearn more

Previously a Knights of Columbus building, The Takk House has been transformed into a unique one-of-a-kind space featuring original breathtaking architecture, beautiful wrapping staircases, two large ballrooms - one comes equipped with a built in shuffleboard. With bride and groom suites called “The Rosemary” and “The Barbershop” respectively and a hidden ’s bowling alley in the basement, this is a uniquely playful spot with surprises around every corner.

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Asheville Masonic Templelearn more

The Historic Asheville Masonic Temple in beautiful downtown Asheville, North Carolina has been in service to the community since and has now been renovated as a beautiful, new gathering space for up to of your closest friends.  A grand staircase, and open, welcoming foyer spilling into a majestic theater will give a wedding all the drama it so rightly deserves.

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Velaslavasay Panoramalearn more

The Velaslavasay Panorama (say that five times fast) is housed in the Union Theatre, a historic neighborhood cinema in the West Adams District of downtown Los Angeles, built in Drawing on the illustrious history of the great panorama paintings of the 18th and 19th centuries, The Velaslavasay Panorama is an exhibition hall, theatre and garden dedicated to the production and presentation of unusual visual experiences. Between the beautiful, vintage backdrops and historic gardens it’s a wedding venue gem in the midst of an urban jungle.

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The Booking Houselearn more

If James Bond were to ever get married (again), maybe he would consider a former cigar factory built in as his marry-making destination? Either way, The Booking House Manheim is three floors of historic character in the form of exposed brick, original wide-plank floors and dazzling chandeliers.

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Getting hitched, tying the knot, joining your souls for eternity, or killing your bachelor/bachelorette self; however you want to say it, getting married is a huge deal. It could be the biggest decision (or worst mistake) of your life, which means you should make it memorable. A nice, quaint ceremony in a church or out on the lawn is fine, but if you really want to keep up with the Joneses &#; not to mention the Beyoncés &#; you need to step up your wedding game.

These days, nothing happens unless it’s on the Internet, and it’s only going to get the clicks and the retweets if you go all out. That means seeking out one of the 19 most unusual wedding venues to give your guests and your grandkids a story for the ages. If you’re at a loss, we’ve got some ideas to spark your creativity.

Cave

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Anyone can have a wedding out in the forest or in a botanical garden, but geologic formations can provide just as much beauty as a fully outdoor wedding, and offer a controlled environment far from the weather. A little spelunking and a few dramatic lights are all that is required.

Bridge

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Some of the grandest and most mechanically adept architecture in the world goes into building bridges, yet most of us never give them a second thought. Symbolic in that it shows crossing from single life into a life together, and unusual enough to draw more than few admiring glances.

Mid-Air

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There’s a lot of options available for a mid-air wedding. Host it on a private jet with just family and friends in attendance, or book a huge platform suspended by hot air balloons for a chance to take the leap into a life together. Parachutes or bungee cords recommended.

Roller Coaster

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Thrill-seekers who need to add even more nerves and adrenaline to their blessed event should consider terrifying the entire wedding party by taking a ride on the wild side and saying their final vows just as the camera snaps on Splash Mountain.

Museum

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Historic and lovely, museums come in all shapes and sizes. You can select to have your first dance beneath the bones of your favorite dinosaur, or under the stars of a planetarium. Observatories work for star-gazers, or head to the wonder that is Cleveland’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame.

Library

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As gorgeous as many chapels, but a bargain at a fraction of the cost, pick the right library and your wedding can not only be lovely, but offer guests an educational diversion should the ceremony start to drag on. You can even take a quick trip to the Erotica section for a little help with the wedding night.

Underwater

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Just like going high above the clouds for entering wedded bliss, there’s several ways of doing the deed down below. Scuba diving, private submarines, or just lowering yourselves into shark-infested waters help make your marriage memorable, and puts a time limit on the length of your vows.

Race Track

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Track stars or gas-guzzlers alike can celebrate a shared passion for the ponies or a love of fiery death via Formula 1 crashes. The world is covered with tracks that are laden with asphalt, but also those that are as quaint as any botanical garden, complete with a little off-track betting on how long your bond shall endure.

Ice Chapel

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Book one that exists, or shape one yourself when the snow starts to fly, an Ice Chapel is far more memorable than any luau and will avoid anyone overstaying their welcome.

Nudist Colony

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A couple should have no secrets from each other. Baring all at a nudist resort is a fun, playful way to prove you have nothing to hide, and helps eliminate nervousness since picturing your audience in their underwear will be far easier.

Glacier

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Like love, glaciers are slow, patient, and cover everything in their path. Outdoorsy couples who don’t want to be another pair on the beach should ditch the sandbox for matrimony on one of the most incredible natural wonders to cover the globe.

Volcano

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An element of danger always helps keep guests on their toes, and few things are more catastrophic than a volcano. Boring brides and grooms can select ancient calderas, while those who like dodging falling magma can go for an active mountains with guaranteed obsidian gift bags for all survivors.

Ruins

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Current buildings will charge you a small fortune for rentals, but those whose time has come and gone can be had for a pittance. The beautiful mixture of man-made architecture with natural growth is inspiring, while building a life on the wreckage of the past is rebirth personified.

Music Festival

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Instead of booking a single band, go ahead and book several. Refreshments are already provided, and a few quick queries and some bills in the right hands can easily get you all the illicit substances you could want.

Cemetery

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It might seem macabre on the surface, but cemeteries are lovely locations that are well-groomed, well-kept, and allow you to have attendees who have shuffled off this mortal coil. What better way to honor a deceased family member than to let them in on the festivities posthumously?

Castle

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Many women say they want to feel like a princess for a day when they tie the knot. By booking one of the ancient castles that dot the landscape you can ensure that she gets the whole princess package. Those who prefer to stay local can choose a lighthouse, the castles of the modern world.

Trailer Park

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There’s trailer parks of all kinds, with luxurious ones that can also give accommodations to any family and friends who plan on staying in town. It’s also easy to go from betrothal to chili cook-off in an afternoon; which suits the hootenanny sensibilities of many a modern couple.

In the Trees

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Forest weddings and those in idyllic gardens have been done to death. Book a treehouse collective or one of the unusual arboreally-based hotels in the world and you’ll be able to do your nuptials Lord of the Flies style.

Theater

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Theater lovers, opera fanatics, death metal rockers, and actors can all enjoy the glory of a theater. Seating is included, as is dramatic lighting, and with a raised stage there’s no possible way anyone’s eyes can be drawn away from the newlyweds, no matter how hot bridesmaid #3 is.

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28 Castle Wedding Venues for the Ultimate Fairytale Wedding

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If you’re all about feeling like royalty on your special day, a castle wedding venue is a must. Turns out you don't have to wed in Scotland or elsewhere in Europe to host this type of wedding, there are gorgeous and grand castles all over the country where you can actually get married! These venues range from Gothic style stone structures to Gatsby-era mansions, so no matter what your style may be, there's a castle wedding venue for you! And—bonus!—many of these castles have stunning outdoor spaces with gardens and incredible views of mountains and water, ideal for an indoor-outdoor event. For your own version of a fairytale wedding, check out these amazing castle wedding venues from all over the United States.

What is the pricing like for a castle wedding venue?

It's not as expensive as you might assume, but pricing really depends on where you're getting married and how many guests you're hosting. The average couple spends about $10, on their wedding venue, but there are certainly spaces that are above and below that number. Some of these venues feature all-inclusive catering and other amenities, which may mean more affordability. And as you've probably guessed, the more guests you host, the more you'll pay. While many castle venues can host larger weddings, there are several on this list that offer more intimate spaces. 

Castle Wedding Venues 

Check out some of our favorites castle wedding venues from coast to coast!

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Oheka Castle
Huntington, New York

If you want to feel like true royalty on your big day, this castle wedding venue on Long Island is just spectacular. The beautifully-manicured outdoor gardens are reminiscent of Versailles and ideal for a grand ceremony (and incredible opportunities for amazing wedding photos!), and the impeccably-appointed Terrace Room is ideal for receptions of up to guests.

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Rosecliff
Newport, Rhode Island

If you’re looking for the ultimate romantic castle wedding venue in New England, look no further than this stunning estate in seaside Newport, Rhode Island. Rosecliff features the largest private ballroom in the area, with a capacity of guests for a seated reception, and is the pinnacle of Gatsby-style glamour. In fact, movie buffs may recognize this venue from such films as The Great Gatsby and 27 Dresses.

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Biltmore Estate
Asheville, North Carolina

With the Blue Ridge Mountains as your backdrop, this French Renaissance-style chateau is the ultimate in grandeur and elegance for your big day. There are several indoor and outdoor event spaces to choose from, including the gorgeous gardens, a rustic barn, the glass Conservatory, and more. All told, this castle wedding venue can host up to guests for your ceremony and reception.

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Sands Point Preserve
Port Washington, New York

Located on the grounds of the Guggenheim Estate, this fairytale castle wedding venue definitely has that opulent Gilded Age vibe. The Rose Garden is our favorite spot, with its 1, red rose bushes and views of the Long Island Sound, and the Great Lawn is perfect for outdoor events. This venue can host up to guests for events, and with in-house catering by Culinary Group, your planning process is sure to be stress-free. 

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Whitby Castle
Rye, New York

Situated on acres of beautifully-landscaped property, Whitby Castle offers stunning outdoor and indoor spaces for weddings with views of the Long Island Sound. Exchange vows with the castle as your backdrop, then enjoy cocktail hour on the patio, followed by a reception in the castle’s ballroom, or in one of the more intimate event spaces. This is an all-inclusive venue, with catering by Lessing’s Hospitality Group; the team wins raves from couples for their flexibility and responsiveness.  

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Rhodes Hall
Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is full of unique event spaces, and this castle wedding venue is surely one of our favorites. First built in , Rhodes Hall features Romanesque-Revival-style architecture and gorgeous spaces for ceremonies and receptions. Ceremonies take place on the front lawn and porch, while receptions may be held indoors or outside. Rhodes Hall can accommodate up to guests for weddings and events.

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Skylands Manor by Frungillo Caterers
Ringwood, New Jersey

This New Jersey castle wedding venue is absolutely magical. Set on 1, acres of natural woodlands with acres of botanical gardens, there’s plenty of outdoor space to enjoy. Not only are the grounds stunning, you’ll also find an eclectic display of architecture inside the main building, from the late Gothic period to early Renaissance-style. There are even 24 hotel rooms available at this all-inclusive wedding venue, so you and your crew can enjoy a full wedding weekend at the property. Skylands Manor can host up to guests.

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Hammond Castle Museum
Gloucester, Massachusetts

Castle weddings don’t have to be big to be amazing. In fact, there are plenty of smaller castle wedding venues that provide the grandeur of a historic estate in a more intimate setting. Hammond Castle Museum is a prime example of this, with a capacity of 95 guests for dining,  dancing, and of course, wedding cake. The property overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and offers beautifully-manicured gardens. The Great Hall is the prime space for receptions, featuring Medieval and Renaissance architecture and art.

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Saint Clements Castle & Marina
Portland, Connecticut

This Couples’ Choice Award-winning venue has an Old World European feel, as well as stunning waterfront views of the Connecticut River. You’ll not only love the stunning scenery, but because Saint Clements Castle is all-inclusive, your wedding planning process is sure to be a breeze. Ceremonies are held in the outdoor gardens, and receptions in one of two ballrooms, both featuring glamorous details like crystal chandeliers. This venue can host weddings of up to guests.

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Fonthill Castle Estate
Doylestown, Pennsylvania

This historic castle was built in the early 20th century and features an outdoor ceremony area, cocktail hour space on the Terrace Pavilion, and a semi-permanent tent ideal for receptions. With a capacity of guests, Fonthill Castle Estate offers a bucolic setting and stunning scenery, ideal for some truly amazing photo ops. And foodies will love the farm-to-table cuisine provided by exclusive caterer Seedling & Sage Catering.

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Searles Castle at Windham

Searles Castle at Windham
Windham, New Hampshire

You’ll be absolutely wowed by this English Tudor castle set on a acre estate in New Hampshire—it feels straight out of a fairytale. This Couples’ Choice Award-winning venue is all-inclusive, can host up to guests, and includes well-appointed rooms for getting ready. Ceremonies are held in the outdoor courtyard and receptions in the climate-controlled tent.

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Thornewood Castle

Thornewood Castle
Lakewood, Washington

We love the romantic vibe of this Tudor Gothic-style castle wedding venue in Washington State. Not only can you host a truly spectacular wedding on this grand property, you and your wedding party can stay overnight in one of the rooms on site. Ceremonies and receptions can be held indoors and out, whether in the English Garden, the Great Hall, the Ballroom, or elsewhere on the expansive grounds.

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The Sterling Castle

The Sterling Castle
Shelby, Alabama

If you’re dreaming of a castle wedding venue that’s both luxurious and affordable, check out The Sterling Castle just south of Birmingham. You can host your ceremony on a drawbridge over the moat (yes, seriously there’s a moat!), or under the pergola. This Couples’ Choice Award-winning venues offers many wedding packages for every style and budget, and wins raves for the accommodating staff and delicious food. Fun fact: Sterling Castle has hosted several Game of Thrones-themed weddings!

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Beardslee Castle

Beardslee Castle
Little Falls, New York

This 19th century replica of an Irish castle is now a highly-regarded restaurant and castle wedding venue—an ideal spot for a Harry Potter-themed event, if you so desire. With space for up to guests, this Couples’ Choice Award-winning wedding castle features a moss-covered, brick exterior, and beautiful gardens.

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The Castle at Rockwall

The Castle at Rockwall
Rockwall, Texas

One of our top castles to get married in, this Dallas-area wedding venue will totally give you royal wedding vibes (Harry and Meghan would be fans!). There’s over 8, square feet of majestic space, capacity for up to guests, and 10 acres of beautiful grounds.  

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Bill Miller’s Castle

Bill Miller’s Castle
Branford, Connecticut

This s-era banquet facility offers both outdoor and indoor spaces to host your wedding day. For ceremonies, choose between the indoor chapel or the outdoor gazebo or Trellis. Receptions are held inside the Ballroom, with its three-story stone fireplace. There’s space for up to guests, and catering is included with your wedding package.

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Lyndhurst Castle

Lyndhurst Castle
Tarrytown, New York

This historic estate located on 67 acres just north of New York City is absolutely breathtaking. There’s ample outdoor space for ceremonies on the Great Lawn or in the Rose Garden, and the tented space in the Carriage House is ideal for receptions of up to guests. You can also host a more intimate event of up to 80 guests inside the mansion itself.

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Castle Farms

Castle Farms
Charlevoix, Michigan

You’ll love the classic and charming feel of this castle wedding venue, plus the architecture makes for some truly unique photo ops. There are several indoor and outdoor venues to choose from, each with its own dramatic features, including the King’s Great Hall with candelabra chandeliers, foot high cathedral windows, and balconies, the East and West Garden Rooms, which each have their own courtyards, and the Knight’s Castle, with its stone architecture.

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Castle Green

Castle Green
Pasadena, California

This historic landmark and castle wedding venue in Pasadena is the ideal place for a luxurious vintage-inspired event. With space for up to guests, you can host your ceremony and reception in the outdoor garden or in the Old World-style ballroom. The architecture is absolutely breathtaking, complete with a marble staircase and crystal chandeliers.   

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Castle Hotel & Spa

Castle Hotel & Spa
Tarrytown, New York

This Westchester, New York venue combines the architecture of a castle with the convenience of a hotel wedding venue. Castle Hotel & Spa is ideal for a smaller event, with a capacity of guests. You’ll love the lush outdoor space for ceremonies and the Gothic Revival-style Great Hall (complete with stained glass windows!) or the Caramai Ballroom for receptions. And—bonus!—your guests can stay on premises, which will make your wedding weekend even more stress-free.

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Castle in the Clouds

Castle in the Clouds
Moultonborough, New Hampshire

There’s something truly special about venues with mountain views, and this historic castle wedding venue in New Hampshire offers some truly incredible scenery. Built in the early 20th century, Castle in the Clouds will wow your guests with vistas of the Ossipee Mountains and Lake Winnipesaukee. You’ll love tying the knot in the Gardens at Lucknow with the mountains as your backdrop, enjoy cocktail hour on the Carriage House Terrace, and host your reception in the Winnipesaukee Room or in a tent in the Meadows. This venue can host events of up to guests.

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Castle McCulloch

Castle McCulloch
Jamestown, North Carolina

If you’re dreaming of a castle wedding with a Renaissance or Medieval theme, this venue near Raleigh is ideal. You’ll love the stone architecture, stained glass, and grand staircase, plus the variety of spaces for ceremonies and receptions. And with space for up to guests, even the largest weddings can be accommodated here.

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Castle Park Weddings & Events

Castle Park Weddings & Events
Lindon, Utah

This all-inclusive, Couples’ Choice Award-winning wedding venue in Utah offers a variety of packages for couples of every style and budget—packages that can include catering, décor, music, and more for the ultimate in stress-free wedding planning. You’ll love the outdoor and indoor event spaces, plus couples praise the venue’s affordability and helpful staff.

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Chateau Bellevue

Chateau Bellevue
Austin, Texas

This castle wedding venue embodies Old World romance. From the French Romanesque Revival stone archways to the lush gardens, the antique wrought iron chandeliers to the grand staircase, every detail is charming and elegant. Your photographer will be wowed by the number of incredible photo ops, and with space for up to guests, it’s ideal for a more intimate wedding. We particularly love the courtyard for ceremonies, and the unique Chateau Ballroom for receptions.

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Chateau Cocomar

Chateau Cocomar
Houston, Texas

If you’ve always dreamed of hosting a fairytale wedding in a French chateau, this venue (and Couples’ Choice Award winner!) in Houston is as close as you’ll get without leaving the United States. With 37, square feet of event space and room for over guests, you’ll love the luxurious experience at Chateau Cocomar. Host your ceremony in the European gardens and your reception inside the ornate Chateau.    

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The Dunafon Castle

The Dunafon Castle
Idledale, Colorado

This Denver-area venue is one of our favorite castles to get married in. You’ll love the natural setting, surrounded by a mountain forest and Bear Creek, as well as the lush gardens where you can exchange vows. You can host a tented reception on the property for up to guests.

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Alden Castle

Alden Castle
Brookline, Massachusetts

Host your vintage wedding at this Tudor-style castle venue conveniently located in Brookline. There are two indoor spaces here, the Vintage Ballroom with its high ceilings and gorgeous chandeliers, and the Modern Club, with its gold-leaf ceiling, balcony and tall windows.

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the legacy castle

The Legacy Castle
Pompton Plains, New Jersey

If you’re dreaming of an over-the-top glam wedding, this New Jersey castle wedding venue is definitely worth a look. Set on acres of property and featuring freshwater lakes (with swans!), this venue can host weddings of up to 1, guests in their Grand Legacy Ballroom. This ballroom features wrought iron railings, chandeliers, and a foot marble fountain. There are smaller spaces available, as well. The Legacy Castle specializes in Kosher and South Asian weddings.

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