Skip to main content
Weddings

Greater New York City Metro Historic Wedding Venues

12 results

  • Celebrate at Snug Harbor

    Celebrate At Snug Harbor is a romantic wedding venue in Staten Island, New York. Here, breathtaking botanical gardens...Read more meet stunning architecture for an unforgettable place to commemorate your milestone. Tucked away from the energy of New York City, this space is ideal for couples wanting a unique...

    $17k - $21k
    300
    Guests
  • The Foundry

    Located in Long Island City, New York, The Foundry is an industrial-style wedding venue that dates back to the 19th...Read more century. This setting features open brick walls, sky roof lighting, and indoor balconies on both sides which combine to create a modern aesthetic. It is a highly flexible space when it...

    $12k - $15k
    200
    Guests
  • Wythe Hotel

    The Wythe Hotel is a historic wedding and reception venue located in Brooklyn, New York. Overlooking the waterfront,...Read more with views of Manhattan's iconic skyline, this effortlessly stylish property has an elegant and industrial feel, from its original heavy timber ceilings to arched windows and...

    $40k - $49k
    250
    Guests
  • Flushing Town Hall

    Flushing Town Hall is a historic wedding venue in Flushing, New York. This building was built in 1862 and has provided...Read more the ideal event space for many years. Couples looking to have a vintage and romantic wedding day have come to the right place. You and your guests will have the opportunity to dance...

    300
    Guests
  • Sound River Studios

    Sound River Studios is a spacious event space located in Long Island City, New York, ideal for indoor or outdoor wedding...Read more celebrations. This venue boasts high ceilings and gives couples a blank slate to encourage flexibility and creativity. The gallery-style space gives couples the freedom to...

    $7k - $8k
    275
    Guests
  • Prospect Park Picnic House

    Prospect Park Picnic House is a quaint and historic building located in Brooklyn, New York ideal for any charming...Read more wedding ceremony and reception. This venue boasts scenic views of the Long Meadow and features a variety of outdoor spaces for ceremonies and cocktail receptions, while their indoor...

    240
    Guests
  • Bayside Historical Society

    Nestled in stunning waterfront Fort Totten Park, Bayside Historical Society is the ideal place for your story-book...Read more wedding. Dating back to 1887, the landmark-designated Gothic Revival-style building reflects the grand décor of a bygone era. This unique venue, known as the Castle, can be tailored to...

    150
    Guests
  • East Midwood Jewish Center

    Established in 1924, East Midwood Jewish Center is on the National and New York State Registers of Historic Places,...Read more which recognize it as an outstanding representative of early twentieth century synagogue design and for its significant role in the development of the New York Jewish community,...

  • Weylin

    “As sumptuous as a jewel box suspended 110 feet over the mosaic marble floor, and as radiant as a peacock’s plumage, the...Read more great dome of the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank headquarters at Broadway and Driggs Avenue once again inspires awe.” – The New York Times Weylin was born as a new icon in the...

    300
    Guests
  • Casa Belvedere

  • Grand Prospect Hall

    Grand Prospect Hall

    Brooklyn, NY

    Grand Prospect Hall is a historic wedding venue located in Brooklyn, New York. In 1892, local entrepreneur John Kolle built the facility, designed by Ulrich J. Huberty, as a “temple of music and amusement.” Today, the renovated hall provides a stunningly beautiful, historic space to host your...

  • Montauk Club

    Montauk Club

    Brooklyn, NY

    Located in Brooklyn, New York, the Montauk Club is a historic venue that sets the stage for weddings and other milestone occasions. Defined by its delightful Venetian architecture, this Park Slope gem is rich with landmark charm. Lending a dash of tradition to the trendy Park Slope neighborhood, the...

Historic Wedding Venues in NYC

NYC 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 in your favorite NYC neighborhood, there are plenty of venues in every style to host a wedding in NYC. You can even tailor your wedding theme to match the venue’s history – making your Big Day all the more special.

Options for Historic Wedding Venues in NYC

Planning your NYC historic wedding starts with the right venue. Fortunately, there are a wide variety of options available. Historic homes are often considered the most welcoming – offering the potential for different spaces for cocktail hour, dining, and after-dinner entertainment. These sites throughout the NYC boroughs also typically offer beautiful grounds for wedding photos or an outdoor ceremony in favorable weather.

Grand halls or hotels, on the other hand, radiate opulent splendor – with crystal chandeliers, royal service, and lavish ballrooms that will make your wedding guests’ jaws drop. Many include in-house wedding planners and catering options, making event coordination a breeze.

There’s also the option to choose a historic landmark for your wedding site. With the region’s incredibly rich history, there is no shortage of gorgeous buildings, parks, museums, and other exciting venues in which to hold your historic wedding in NYC. Whichever historic venue in NYC you ultimately select for your nuptials, your guests will thank you for the experience of such a memorable day.

NYC Historic Weddings: Discovering Your Theme

History buffs will love the challenge of coordinating a wedding to match a venue’s historical attributes. For example, you might opt to wear a vintage lace wedding gown with heirloom jewelry. Floral choices might involve cascading wedding bouquets filled with classic roses, along with table centerpieces arranged in crystal glasses or classic vases. Even your wedding cake can be draped with strings of pearls or gems. Dine on gold-trimmed china, decorate with antique table cloths, lanterns and pillars, and use a variety of candles to promote pre-electric lighting from simpler times. All of these details will add to the charming ambiance of your historic wedding in NYC.

Finally, don’t forget about wedding transportation – wouldn’t it be fantastic to arrive via antique car or on the back of a vintage Vespa?

If you’re concerned about how a NYC historic wedding venue will fit into your overall wedding budget, try our WeddingWire budget planning tool. With careful planning, most couples find that they can arrange the wedding of their dreams – without breaking the bank.

Historic Weddings in Greater New York City Metro with Real Weddings published

  • The Foundry

    4.8 out of 5 rating, 80 Reviews
     · Historic Weddings . Long Island City, NY
  • Celebrate at Snug Harbor

    4.7 out of 5 rating, 90 Reviews
     · Historic Weddings . Staten Island, NY
  • Flushing Town Hall

    4.9 out of 5 rating, 22 Reviews
     · Historic Weddings . Flushing, NY
  • Weylin

    5.0 out of 5 rating, 1 Review
     · Historic Weddings . Brooklyn, NY
  • Grand Prospect Hall

    4.4 out of 5 rating, 29 Reviews
     · Historic Weddings . Brooklyn, NY

Local Historic Weddings in Greater New York City Metro

Other vendors in Greater New York City Metro for your wedding

Wedding Venues