Liberty Hall Historic Site is a historic wedding venue located in Frankfort, Kentucky. Located in downtown Frankfort, there are two historic homes on the site and four acres of gardens and grounds. The property is adjacent to the Kentucky River and there is a view of the river from the back end of the property. All weddings are held outdoors. Liberty Hall Historic Site is the perfect venue for couples who want an outdoor wedding while still in a downtown setting.
Facilities and Capacity
Couples who choose to host their upcoming wedding celebration at Liberty Hall Historic Site have access to the entire grounds and can tailor the area to fit their specific needs. Tents will need to be rented, but bathrooms inside both the Orlando Brown House and Liberty Hall can be available for use. There is a large brick patio at the Orlando Brown House.
Liberty Hall Historic Site is the perfect spot to host your upcoming ceremony, reception, bridal shower, engagement party, elopement, and/or rehearsal dinner. Although peak season for this historic venue is March through June, Liberty Hall Historic Site is open to hold private events all year round. Some of the event services that are offered by the staff at Liberty Hall Historic Site include:
Liberty Hall Historic Site is Liberty Hall (1796), the Orlando Brown House (1835) and four acres of grounds. Liberty Hall has operated as a museum since 1937. Owned and operated by the National Society of Colonial Dames in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the site is a National Historic Landmark. The site is dedicated to preservation, education and community.
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