Historic wedding venues are ideal for couples who want to host an event in a truly unique space with abundant charm. Whether it’s a historic home, a vintage-style ballroom, or a treasured landmark, there are lots of historic wedding venues to suit every style. You can tailor your theme to match a historic wedding venue’s history, making your big day all the more special.
The Brick Ballroom is an impressive wedding venue located in Siloam Springs, Arkansas that features rustic wood rafters, weathered ivory painted bricks, and stunning crystal chandeliers. Their huge ballroom floor and gorgeous lighting make The Brick Ballroom a dazzling space for any wedding design.... (Historic Weddings Siloam Springs)
Clinton Presidential Center is a modern wedding venue located in Little Rock, Arkansas. The venue has an indoor ballroom with bamboo walls and elegant glass décor. It offers panoramic views of the Little Rock skyline. The Clinton Center is a cultural venue that offers educational programs and... (Historic Weddings Little Rock)
Located in the heart of downtown Conway, The Brick Room unites urban progress with historic tradition. With 35 foot ceilings and 5,448 square feet of design space, The Brick Room is the perfect venue for creating a "Remarkably Memorable Occasion." Built in 1923, The Brick Room once served as a Ford... (Historic Weddings Conway)
Located in the heart of Northwest Arkansas in historic downtown Springdale, we are a upscale elegant yet modern iconic wedding and event venue. Our space has been beautifully renovated and restored into a 1940's art deco appeal with beautiful marble floors and bars as well as a beautiful marble... (Historic Weddings Springdale)
Bonneville House Association is a historic wedding venue located in Fort Smith, Arkansas. This 19th century home was once used as the center of social events and is now used as a beautiful venue for weddings and other special events. Facilities and Capacity Bonneville House Association offers both... (Historic Weddings Fort Smith)
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Albert Pike Masonic Center is the headquarters for the Masonic fraternity in Arkansas. Designed by architects George Mann and Eugene Stern, it was dedicated on May 12, 1924. Mann was considered the “dean of Arkansas architects” having designed... (Historic Weddings Little Rock)