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.
Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village is a wedding and special events venue in Dover, Delaware. Located on 10 acres of land overlooking the scenic Silver Lake, this historic venue boasts loads of charm and unique character for indoor and outdoor weddings. The Delaware Agricultural Museum and... (Historic Weddings Dover)
Seaford Historical Society has three different venues that can be rented individually or in a package located in Seaford, Delaware.. First, there is the beautifully refurbished Ross Mansion where small intimate ceremonies or vow renewals are held in the Main Parlor. Then there is the Ross Plantation... (Historic Weddings Seaford)
Belmont Hall is a classic wedding venue located in Smyrna, Delaware. Built in 1773, the historic Georgian house provides an alluring setting for weddings. This venue, adorned with scenic grounds, beautiful gardens, and the historic brick mansion, creates picturesque backdrops for wedding ceremonies,... (Historic Weddings Smyrna)
Cantwell's Tavern is a historic wedding venue located in Odessa, Delaware. With almost 200 years of history, the venue is situated among a preserved collection of buildings and surrounding estates dating back to the 18th and early 19th centuries. With breathtaking scenic views in a picturesque... (Historic Weddings Middletown)
Furnace Town Living Heritage Village was a bustling community of 300 residents from 1830-50. Furnace Town smelted bog ore into iron and sold the iron ingots and castings to businesses in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York. Today Furnace Town is a living history museum with a collection of... (Historic Weddings Snow Hill)
The Grand Opera House was built in 1870 by the Grand Lodge of Mason's to serve as their home location. Designed by Delaware architect Thomas Dixon in the Second Empire style, The Grand features a distinctive façade of cast iron adorned with Masonic images. In 1909, The Grand was briefly converted... (Historic Weddings Wilmington)