The Copper K Barn is a wedding venue located eight miles south of Whitehall, Montana. Situated at the base of the Tobacco Root Mountains, this event space provides picturesque views and a tranquil setting. Couples holding their special day here are guaranteed precious memories that they’ll cherish for years to come.
Facilities and Capacity
This venue offers both indoor and outdoor sites to host your wedding celebration. Couples can say their vows on the lush lawn under scenic Montana skies or head inside the spacious barn. Here, they and their guests can enjoy the barn’s rustic yet elegant atmosphere, which can be customized for various tastes and styles. You’ll also find a prep kitchen, large patios, and a bridal suite that allows the wedding party to prepare in comfort before the festivities begin.
The Copper K Barn is able to accommodate a wide variety of wedding-related events, including engagement parties, showers, elopements, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, and receptions. This venue’s helpful team is aware that getting married is a truly momentous occasion. They are dedicated to providing every couple with an unforgettable experience that is as stress free as possible. In addition, they have a list of professional vendors that couples can use to help bring their wedding vision to life. Several different wedding packages are available to suit a varied range of budgets and needs. To aid in making your celebration all the more seamless, the venue also offers the following services and items:
When opting for one of the venue’s packages that includes the venue for more than one day, couples can avail of the on-site camping options. This helps facilitate extra convenience for you and your loved ones when seeking rest and relaxation after dancing the night away.
Built in the late 1800s by the Parrot Silver and Copper Mining Co., this barn was part of the Parrot Smelter Mine. There were three other barns on site, and they were used as a reverberatory and calciner, a blacksmith shop, a machine shop, and a storehouse. In 1900, the town started to tear some of the buildings down after moving the smelter to the city of Anaconda. Today, all that remains from the original structures are the storehouse, now known as the Copper K Barn, and a smaller brick horse barn.
Recommended by 100% of couples
Morgan · Married on 05/26/2018
Lacee was so amazing to work with. We got so many compliments on how beautiful the wedding was. Highly reccomend!Sent on 06/08/2018
This venue offers the below options which may impact pricing: