The award-winning architecture of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts' breathtaking Marcia and John Price Museum Building offers an elegant setting for celebrations, ceremonies, and receptions. Featuring panoramic windows, and patio access during the nicer months, The Museum Café and Patio is perfect for more intimate gatherings. For those with an affinity for drama, we offer use of our G. W. Anderson Family Great Hall, one of the city's most stunning multi-use venues. With its sweeping five-story ceiling, grand staircase, and rich hardwood floors, the Great Hall is a striking setting for larger celebrations. Amid the delight of your event and the richness of the setting, guests will be stirred by over 5,000 years of art and culture.
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5 Reviews for Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Recommended by 96% of couples
M · Married on 08/08/2015
The museum was a perfect venue for a wedding reception. Guests were able to tour the museum during the evening! There was plenty of space for buffet food, dancing and guest seating. The patio was available as well for viewing the SLC valley. Erika and the staff were so easy to work with and very flexible. We felt like top priority from the start of the wedding planning process through the entire reception. Erika was in contact with all the various vendors so as the bride, I was not worried about anything besides enjoying the day and our guests. It truly was a magical night!!!Sent on 09/05/2015
Danielle · Married on 11/01/2014
Erika (the coordinator at the Museum) was awesome to work with. She was so helpful and coordinated seemingly effortlessly with our other vendors. We had the museum open for guests, and had our ceremony in the gorgeous main hall. If you want a fun, elegant venue, I would recommend checking out the UMFA.Sent on 11/17/2014
User2178959 · 2+ years ago
UMFA was excellent to work with and a fantastic venue for our wedding. Our guests loved the space because the museum had something for everyone: kids, history buffs, fans of classical art, and fans of contemporary art alike. It really made the event memorable. Our photos also turned out beautifully because the galleries and event spaces are just lovely. The event coordinator (Erika) and event staff were incredibly professional and accommodating--especially considering that we had to dramatically change plans at the last minute! We also had to plan the wedding long distance (i.e. Via email and over the phone). Throughout the whole process, they really had a proactive attitude about making our wedding everything that we wanted and more.Sent on 08/25/2014
Culinary Crafts has catered some of our most exquisite weddings at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. It's why year after year, this location remains on our "preferred list" of wedding venues!