Nantucket Unitarian Meeting House is a historic wedding venue located out of Nantucket, Massachusetts. Originally built in 1809, this building is the perfect place for an unforgettable wedding. The principles of Unitarian Universalism welcomes all couples regardless of race, religion, or sex to celebrate their love for one another in this beautiful space.
Facilities and Capacity
Nantucket Unitarian Meeting House has pews that hold up to 450 guests, making it the perfect space for small, medium, and large groups. Their rose color gives the space an inviting atmosphere for such an intimate event. The central interior dome was painted in 1840 by a Swiss artist, and recently restored in 2011 to refresh the historic details of the space. The tall windows throughout allow natural light to fill the room making photos turn out beautifully. Finally, the Goodrich organ is not only a breathtaking piece but it also still works to this day. Make your day complete with live music throughout your ceremony.
With rental of the space, clean up is taken care of after your event. This allows you to really relax and enjoy the day. The venue is wheelchair accessible, welcoming all guests. The church's minister is available through the venue to lead the ceremony, making your planning process even easier. Although you do not have to use the services of their Reverend, this option allows you to use someone familiar with the space and with raving reviews.
The space is located on the island of Nantucket and has since become an iconic landmark welcoming visitors and locals.
As noted, the building was originally built in 1809 making it one of the oldest buildings in the country. This is really evident in the details of the space. In 1840, the ceiling was hand-painted by a professional Swiss artist. This breathtaking work has persisted over the years and been so important to hold on to.