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.
The historical 40th Street Theatre was origianlly built as a Vaudeville house in the early 1900's. The main theatre and stage will accommodate up to 148 guests and we have an adjacent room that seats up to 50 guests. Both seating areas have access to the food buffet room and our beautiful outdoor... (Museum Weddings Omaha)
With eight different spaces available, the SAC Aerospace Museum is a memorable location for your wedding, small or large. Enjoy a reception in the glass Atrium under an SR-71, on the Mezzanine over looking aircraft or in one of the Hangars among the aircraft. The Museum is definately the place to... (Museum Weddings Ashland)
As Nebraska’s premier center for the visual arts, each space at Joslyn Art Museum offers a unique, artistic setting. Our personalized event coordination will ensure that your wedding will be a work of art! (Museum Weddings Omaha)
Nuri is a modern + intimate event space, a demanded concept in west Omaha The idea behind Nuri is simple: it's all about you. That's why our first two values are experience and individuality. It's all about the experiences while letting your individual style literally shine through.... (Museum Weddings Omaha)
Are you looking for the perfect location for your next event? Somewhere that’s beautiful, historic, AND reasonably priced? From engagement parties to weddings, baby showers, luncheons, cocktail parties, business meetings and everything in between, the General Crook House Museum could be just the... (Museum Weddings Omaha)
The Durham is located at the south end of the historic Old Market. Omaha's "Union Station" offers a magnificent atmosphere featuring 65-foot ceilings and the beautiful restoration of the original Art Deco architecture. Everything is as it was when the station originally opened in the 1930's.... (Museum Weddings Omaha)