The Whitehall Athletic Club is a wedding venue in Whitehall, New York. Built in 1899, this private club is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With different rooms and facilities for you and your wedding party, plus the available Field Club, there is no shortage of beautiful spaces for you and your loved ones to enjoy. The spacious Drill Hall, intimate nooks and crannies, and the scenic views of the Champlain Canal from the crenellated towers are all parts of Whitehall Athletic Club’s unique charm.
Facilities and Capacity
The largest space of the Whitehall Athletic Club is the Drill Room. Able to accommodate 500 guests for cocktails or 400 for dinner and dancing, this cavernous room connects to the full service bar and restaurant directly, allowing you to have a party area, and a more calm area for people to relax and socialize. Couples who want an outdoor wedding can book the Whitehall Field Club, just a little over a mile away. The get-ready room can accommodate up to 20 people at a time. The Club Bar & Grill can fit 40 guests for your rehearsal dinner or an engagement party. The Main Lounge and Upper Lounge can seat 40 and 60 people, respectively, and to keep your loved ones nice and cozy with their marble fireplaces.
The Whitehall Athletic Club offers a range of services, boasting a full bar and kitchen, as well as luxurious restrooms and several lounges. With a number of onsite decor and event supplies, the Whitehall Athletic Club helps put your mind at ease, allowing you to free up your precious time for other equally important matters as you plan your wedding. Additional services include:
Whitehall Athletic Club’s bar and grill can provide catering and bar service to your wedding, including passed and stationary hors d’oeuvres platters, as well as buffet-style and plated dinner. The Club’s staff is happy to work with you to ensure you and your guests’ dietary needs are met and that there are plenty of options for picky eaters. Catering services offered include the following:
Designed by New York State Architect Isaac G. Perry and built in 1899 as the Whitehall Armory, the National Guard facility was decommissioned and sold off to new owners. It was renovated and reopened as the Whitehall Athletic Club, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
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