Templeton Hall is a banquet wedding venue located in Cooperstown, New York. First constructed in 1832, this historic building has served as a home to a community center, a church, a dress boutique, and an antique store. For the convenience of all couples, the versatile building can accommodate weddings during winter, spring, summer, or fall. Furthermore, the staff at the venue are enthusiastic about helping couples prepare for their special day and will work tirelessly to ensure that the day is enjoyed by all.
Facilities and Capacity
Templeton Hall is a colorful building nestled in the charming heart of Cooperstown. The space inside the venue can host up to 120 of your loved ones. Adorned with an array of large windows, the room welcomes ample natural light throughout the day. The building also features a balcony that resides above the main event space. Equipped with a multitude of outlets and an upright piano, the balcony serves as a wonderful area to place your live band or DJ. Meanwhile, the wall opposite the balcony offers a vast, smooth surface ideal for portraying slideshows or videos of the couple.
The rental of this venue is accompanied by full-service food and beverage catering through L.M. Townsend Catering. The venue can also supply the tables, chairs, glassware, flatware, and chinaware needed for each event. Furthermore, an array of audio and visual equipment is available for use during celebrations; wireless microphones, plasma televisions, and P.A. systems can be obtained for wedding events. The owners of the venue are happy to accommodate the following wedding-related events:
Templeton Hall strives to offer accommodations for all guests. The side of the building features a ramp, which provides convenience and wheelchair-accessibility for all of your loved ones.
Positioned a short distance from an array of churches, this venue offers an ideal location for wedding receptions. For guest convenience, a number of hotels and lodgings reside within walking distance of the building. Furthermore, guests who are sports enthusiasts can visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame during their free time.