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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.
Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture is a historic wedding venue in San Francisco, California. Located in Great Meadow Park on San Francisco Bay, this is a superb choice for your wedding day. Explore their venues to find one that best suits your needs. Facilities and Capacity With a variety of... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The Chapel is a historic restaurant, music and wedding venue located in the Valencia corridor of San Francisco’s dynamic Mission District. Named as one of the 10 most beautiful music venues in California by California Home and Design magazine, this former 1914 mortuary has been beautifully renovated... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The University Club of San Francisco is a historic wedding venue located in one of San Francisco’s most prestigious neighborhoods. This private club is one of the oldest in the city and ideally situated atop Nob Hill with breathtaking panoramic views across the city to the bay. The University Club... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The history of the Merchants Exchange Club is essentially the history of the eponymous Merchants Exchange building, located in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, which has been a center for the City's civic, economic, political, and cultural life for over 100 years. Although the... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
Great American Music Hall is a historic San Francisco, California music hall and wedding venue. Equipped with a dance floor, wrap around balcony, grand stage and ample seating space, this venue is the perfect space to hold a unique and memorable special event. Facilities and Capacity The Great... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
A banquet hall-style wedding venue in San Francisco, California, San Francisco Italian Athletic Club offers couples and their guests a taste of Italy in North Beach America. Versatile in nature, the venue caters to a variety of celebration sizes, from intimate ceremonies to energetic receptions.... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The Film Centre is located on the Main Post of the Presidio with a large parking lot adjacent to the building. The windows on the West side of the Palm Room look onto the Main Post and the Golden Gate Bridge. The double French doors on the East open out onto a wide veranda with rounded archways and... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
With its rustic brick exteriors and massive steel beams, the buildings at Pier 70 evoke San Francisco’s seafaring past. But today, Pier 70 is one-of-a-kind events venue with capacities up to 20,000 people in the Dogpatch district. The gallant, historic, waterfront spaces of Pier 70 are capable of... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
Dream weddings don't just happen, they're planned. The Marriott Certified Wedding Planners at our Union Square hotel are trained to help. And, combined with a gorgeous venue in the heart of San Francisco, we can make your dream wedding come to life. (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The Palace of Fine Arts is a historic waterfront wedding venue located in San Francisco, California. Originally built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, this iconic landmark in the heart of San Francisco is a majestic and unique location for weddings and other events. With a spectacular... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The San Francisco Mint is a historic wedding venue located in San Francisco, California. This stately classical revivalist government building has been recently renovated to offer modern amenities without losing its historical grandeur. Managed by Non Plus Ultra, San Francisco’s premier events... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)
The Presidio is a wedding venue located in San Francisco, California. First fortified by Spain in 1776, this site has long played a key role in the defense of San Francisco Bay. In 1846, the fort and surrounding land passed into the possession of the United States Army. Today, the area is a national... (Historic Weddings San Francisco)