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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 Oasis at Death Valley is a gorgeous outdoor wedding event venue located in Death Valley, California. With a wide open, desert view, the venue is the perfect location for couples who wish to trade the glamour and glitz of a normal wedding for views of sparkling, star-filled skies inside the... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
Conveniently located in Riverside, California, The Loft 84 Wedding and Event Venue is a historical venue that provides wedding services to couples and their guests. Since its construction in the 1920s, The Loft has become a venue with a lot of history, character and elegance.Facilities and Capacity... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
A venue located near the community of Joshua Tree, California, Le Haute Desert Aerie is a bohemian luxury estate that hosts weddings and other special events. This venue is a handcrafted labor of love from custom furniture designer and fine artist Eric Mueller. Situated in the High Desert in... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
Located in Rancho Cucamonga, California, Hidden Oaks is a verdant wedding venue specializing in Christian Orthodox events. Highlighted by an ancient 250-year-old oak tree and views of the San Gabriel Mountains, the venue is constructed of stone and redwood, featuring garden spaces and 1920s... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
****PLEASE CLICK ON THE PRICING TAB FOR OUR WEDDING & RECEPTION PACKAGES**** Step back into history in this relaxing, rustic, early California olive house. Situated on a two acre property in Ontario, our unique grounds are surrounded by redwood pines, olive trees, rustic barns, and historic... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
The Mitten Building is a wedding venue located in Redlands, California. Completed in 1890, the building was originally used as a packing house and later as a facility for the manufacture of plastic lettering. It was saved from demolition in the late 1990s and reinvigorated with fresh purpose. Today,... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
The Harborside Grand Ballroom is a waterfront wedding venue in the Orange County, California area. Couples can delight in the historic cupola and 1,400 white lights of the Balboa Pavilion, a national landmark in which this ballroom resides. The pavilion, a registered California landmark, offers the... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
Originally a Roaring 20s casino and speakeasy, The Tudor House was built in 1928 by the infamous mobster Bugsy Siegel. After realizing that Lake Arrowhead was quickly becoming the escape for the Hollywood elite, Bugsy opened this exclusive members-only resort in 1929. At that time, the resort... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
TheBank is one of Palm Springs’ newest and most unique wedding event venues. Even though the curfew time for Palm Springs is ten o'clock, TheBank provides the space to allow you and your guests the ability to party on well past curfew! Upon walking into the historical event space, you'll be taken... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
The Hotel Temecula is a historic hotel wedding venue located in Temecula, California. The facility exudes Old West style, and was first built in 1883. Unfortunately, the original structure burnt down, but the current building was erected in 1891 and has been operating ever since. When couples and... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
Center Stage Theater is an iconic theater and wedding event venue located in Fontana, California. Having been recently renovated, this amazing space offers some of the latest audio, video, lighting and presentation technology available. You will be able to impress your guests at this unique and... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
Here at the The Lautner Compound we pride ourselves on our commitment to making each wedding the very best it can be. Tracy Beckmann, the co-owner, interior designer, operator and wedding guru, has spent the last 12 years of her life creating this unique and world renowned compound which is the... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)
Crestmore Manor, a 10,830 square-foot colonial-style mansion, was built in the mid 1950’s by W.W. “Tiny” Naylor to appease his wife’s desires to live in a home similar to the ones found in Kentucky’s horse country. It was composed of nine bedrooms, an indoor rotisserie built into a brick fireplace,... (Historic Weddings Inland Empire)