This historic building opened in 1926 to provide a dining space for travelers riding on the Union Pacific Railroad. The architect was Gilbert Stanley Underwood, who also designed the famed Ahwahnee Lodge in Yosemite National Park. The Dining Lodge features rustic-style architecture, defined as a style that uses native materials in proper scale, avoids rigid, straight lines, gives the feeling of having been crafted by pioneer craftsmen with limited tools, and achieves a connection to their natural surroundings and to the past. This wide open space with 15ft tall windows and a massive fireplace is the perfect setting for your event. The building is closed from mid-October through mid-May each year due to the severe winter conditions in West Yellowstone, MT.
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Truly one of the most unique wedding venues around. This place has incredible history and a perfect location for an excursion to Yellowstone National Park. Their main hall is massive....like half a football field in size! You could feed an army on one end and not move any tables for the dance after. The crown jewel though is the immense fireplace at the end of the main hall. You can literally walk into it! Worth a visit just to see the amazing engineering it must have taken to build.