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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 Rapids Theatre is a historic wedding venue in Niagara Falls, New York. This extravagant venue combines rich history with modern amenities for Western New York couples looking for an art deco vibe. Originally built as a movie theater in 1921, The Rapids Theatre attracts couples who want the best... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
Asbury Hall at Babeville is a unique wedding venue in the heart of Buffalo’s historic Theater District. Impress your guests with the historic charm of this distinctively refurbished and versatile venue.Facilities and Capacity The Hall can accommodate up to 780 guests for theater seating and has... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
Shea’s Seneca is a historic theater venue for couples planning their wedding in the greater Buffalo, New York area. This venue has been remodeled to shine in its original state of ornate beauty. Couples will discover vaulted and gilded ceilings inside and a traditional marquee on the historic... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
500 Pearl Street is a historic wedding venue located in Buffalo, New York. Constructed in 1914, this building offers a beautiful blend of refurbishment and originality. Boasting the history of its original structure alongside some new additions, there are sure to be many more weddings in its future.... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
The Highline is a historic wedding venue located in Rochester, New York. Housed in a former Cadillac showroom from 1925, the space has been lovingly transformed into a bright, modern special event venue. The establishment is owned by sisters Jessica Klein and Alyssa Cohen, who boast a combined 30... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
The Palmer Opera House, built in 1867 by Joseph Palmer. The Palmer Opera House stands at 12 W Main St Cuba, New York. Formerly housed three commercial store bays on street level and a community opera house on the second floor. The original structure was destroyed by fire on December 20,... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
The Rabbit Room is a historic wedding venue part of the Lower Mill in Honeoye Falls, New York that prides itself on exceptional service. Built in 1827 and designated on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, this wedding venue has a unique charm that couples and guests will fall in love... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
The Bank is a historic wedding venue located in East Aurora, New York. Originally operating as a bank that was constructed in 1923, this heritage building has been lovingly restored for elegant comfort and modern-day convenience. Grand, spacious, and radiant, it provides modern weddings with a... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
The RED House ….an enchanting blend of 19th Century elegance, serene, natural beauty and simple family style comfort. The manor …well suited for small, intimate gatherings for up to 50 guests, endless opportunities for just the right look, just the right feel, just the right setting….. The... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
Owned by the Landmark Society, St. Joesph's Park is now available for photo shoots and wedding ceremonies. This beautiful historic landmark is the perfect backdrop for anyone looking for an outdoor location. Photoshoots are available in 2 hour increments. Wedding Ceremonies are available in 3 hour... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)
Statler City is a unique wedding venue in Buffalo, New York for couples who want an elegantly sophisticated wedding. Whether you want an intimate cocktail hour in an upscale bar or to host an extravagant gala to remember for 1500 guests, Statler City is the perfect location for a wedding event... (Historic Weddings Buffalo)