Patterson Hall is a historic wedding venue located in the heart of Graham, North Carolina. With facilities that feature contemporary style and inviting interiors, this venue sets a trendy and cozy backdrop for exciting milestone events. Lovingly refurbished by owner, Nicole Clayton, Patterson Hall blends history and industrial charm to create a truly stunning setting for once-in-a-lifetime celebrations.
Facilities and Capacity
The venue offers couples 3,200 square feet of indoor space and can comfortably accommodate as few as 10 guests and as many as 125. With exposed brick throughout, this venue exudes rustic elegance. The building’s original wood beams and hardwood floors remain as vestiges of its early beginnings and stand as structural elements that complement its modern atmosphere. A thoughtfully furnished dressing suite allows couples and their wedding parties to prepare for the day and photograph priceless anticipation-filled moments.
Standard Patterson Hall wedding packages include the use of chairs, tables, the bridal suite, and guest parking. In-house coordination services provide couples with preparation assistance leading up to the big day. For esteemed guests, shuttle services are available to transport them to nearby hotels. The Patterson Hall personnel see to event setup and cleanup concerns, provide a variety of lighting options and offer other event rental options. A projector and portable screen are also at each couple's disposal.
A state-of-the-art prep kitchen and flexible catering options are included in each booking. In-house bar services, barware, a portable bar, and bartenders can be provided upon request. Other preferred vendor referrals are provided by Patterson Hall’s event administration.
The three-story Patterson Building was constructed by three brothers in 1898. The original structure was the site of the Graham Drug Company, the Graham Hardware Company, and the Citizens Bank. The third floor, Patterson’s Hall, was also used for town meetings and performances. After a devastating fire in 1977, the beloved Patterson Building fell into disrepair. Recognizing its potential, current owner Nicole Clayton, renovated the historic building and transformed it into the landmark that stands today. Patterson Hall endures as an intriguing wedding venue that maintains its original woodwork, architectural elements, and character.
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