With a state-of-the-art mountaineering museum and library, 200-person event center, 350-seat auditorium, climbing wall and spectacular views of North and South Table Mountains, the American Mountaineering Center is perfect for your mountain wedding! We offer ample parking, affordable rates and a walkable location.
Looking for a fun twist? Our American Mountaineering Museum is a welcoming space for a cocktail reception or as a group activity for your guests. Smaller, more intimate weddings might also consider using the Museum's arching double staircase as the ideal place to exchange vows.
While we do not provide catering, we will gladly work with you to find vendors that fit your budget and event needs. All of our event spaces can be transformed to best suit your preferences and style.
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2 Reviews for American Mountaineering Center
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Bailey · Married on 12/27/2014
This was such a wonderful place to hold a wedding. They allowed us to completely personalize everything and were incredibly helpful throughout the process.Sent on 01/05/2015
Amanda · Married on 09/01/2012
We had searched so long for a reception place - we got married at Sunrise Amphitheater in Boulder because we fell in love with it....but then when we found this place - it was perfect. We are both avid hikers and love the outdoors and thought this would be perfect to give the guests something to do other than just stay in one place. Working with Bill C at the museum was great - he was so nice and super easy to work with - everything with them went perfectly. We got many great compliments from our guests and photographer saying what a wonderful venue it was. We had the museum part open for about 3 hours for guests to wonder around in....the conference rooms that we rented (A-D) were great and the space looked so nice. There were a ton of bathrooms which was nice and it was just all and all wonderful. I would highly recommend this venue for any outdoor, nature, hiker, climber lover! :)Sent on 09/06/2012