Coral Castle Museum & Sculpture Garden is a historic wedding venue located in Homestead, Florida. It’s situated between the Florida Keys and Miami, and has been referred to as “America’s Stonehenge” since 1923. It serves as a wonderful option for couples looking for a romantic oasis for their outdoor ceremony and reception. Coral Castle Museum & Sculpture Garden looks forward to making your wedding day dreams come true.
Facilities and Capacity
Couples can accommodate between 25 and 450 guests at this unique wedding venue. Over 1,100 tons of coral rock were carved to form their impressive castle. The Coral Castle Museum itself features a nine-ton gate that moves with a touch of the finger, a Polaris telescope, and functioning rocking chairs, made entirely of stone. You can say your “I do’s” in their beautiful Sculpture Garden, and then your guests can explore the grounds as you and your spouse take unforgettable pictures. For your reception, you can dine and dance the night away under the stars, with the castle and lush landscape serving as your backdrop.
This experienced wedding venue will ensure your vision for your special day becomes a reality. They have a list of preferred vendors you may choose from, allowing you to sit back, relax, and enjoy your celebration. Your guests will find detailed directions on the venue's website, as well as plenty of parking once they arrive.
In addition to hosting your ceremony and reception, this one-of-a-kind venue is also happy to host your bridal shower. Additional events include:
Coral Castle Museum & Sculpture Garden was built single-handedly by a man named Edward Leedskalnin. It took him 28 years, until the time of his death, to complete his castle. No one knows how he built it, since he constructed the impressive structure in secret, and at night. Today, the castle welcomes visitors from around the world and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.