Want to wow your guests? Host your big day at one of these museum wedding venues. Whether you’re interested in art, science, or history, there’s bound to be a museum wedding venue that suits your style. These iconic spaces can often accommodate weddings of a variety of sizes, and the unique exhibits provide built-in décor for your special day.
Nestled in the foothills of Oak Glen, the Edward-Dean Museum is the perfect venue for a rustic wedding, garden wedding or elegant wedding. Our beautiful Legacy Garden is the perfect spot to say, "I do". After the ceremony, your guests can enjoy a cocktail hour by our koi pond or outdoor pavilion. We... (Museum Weddings Inland Empire)
The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens is a unique and fun wedding event venue located in Palm Desert, California. The truly young at heart will enjoy celebrating their special day amidst swaying palm trees, desert breezes and, of course, a fun zoo for all ages.Facilities and Capacity The Living Desert Zoo... (Museum Weddings Inland Empire)
Dating back to the 1920s, this Spanish Colonial Revival-style venue attracted well-known performers as Bing Crosby and Judy Garland. Recently restored to its original grandeur, this beautiful venue is the perfect location to host your corporate event, private concert, wedding, reception or business... (Museum Weddings Inland Empire)
The Mission San Gabriel's Rancho San Bernardino Asistencia has been hosting weddings since its restoration was completed in 1937. Up to 100 of your guests can attend your wedding in the mission chapel. The gatehouse is reserved for the convenience of the bride and her attendants. If you prefer, a... (Museum Weddings Inland Empire)
Once a produce market, this Rustic Barn is rich in history and now a Classic Car Museum, providing on the spot entertainment for each and everyone of your guests. This is the place to get creative with your event plans. Book your wedding today! Decor- Upon entering the museum, you are greeted by... (Museum Weddings Inland Empire)
Julia Morgan believed that architecture was a visual art. Having designed over 700 buildings, most notably Hearst Castle in San Simeon during her 46-year career as one of California’s premier architects, she proved herself to be a true artist. The first woman to graduate from the University of... (Museum Weddings Inland Empire)