Martinson Hall is a banquet hall and historic wedding venue located in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. This renovated building combines vintage charm with modern convenience to provide a gorgeous space for your wedding event.
Facilities and Capacity
Martinson Hall boasts a 4,500-square-foot space on the second floor of the building. This renovated area features wooden floors and brick walls. The space is adorned with wooden beams to give the room an industrial and elegant atmosphere. The room's ample windows allow natural light to flood in and create a bright environment for your special day. This main space also features a rustic bar complete with a preparation area for bartenders to utilize. This indoor area is attached to an additional 1,700-square-foot space in the form of an outdoor patio, which overlooks the Military Ridge Bike Trail.
The staff at Martinson Hall aspires to design a wedding celebration that reflects your wedding visions. The venue is able to provide couples with services such as bartending, wedding planning, and setup of events.
The venue's bathrooms feature ample counter space and lighting for wedding guests to utilize throughout the night if they are in need of a hair or makeup touch up. Although the venue's reception space is located on the second floor of the building, the property features an elevator to ensure all couples and their guests are accommodated.
Martinson Hall's venue space is located in the upstairs of the historic Reilly Brothers Implement Building in Mount Horeb, originally constructed in 1912. The venue is named after the family that initially operated Martinson Brothers Implement and its evolution to the Farm Utility Store in the town from 1920 to 1970. A three-year restoration process of the entire building has resulted in the gorgeous venue space that now stands.
Martinson Hall is nestled right on the Military Ridge Trail, in the vibrant center of downtown Mount Horeb. The venue is surrounded by other fun spaces such as The Grumpy Troll Brew Pub, The Driftless Historium, Sunn Cafe, Schubert’s Bakery and Restaurant, Sjolinds Chocolate House, Brix Cider, and Bistro 101. There are also a variety of retail shops in the area.