Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
In Jeannete, Pennsylvania stands the Greensburg Country Club venue. Couples will fall in love with this idyllic space in Westmoreland Country that's known for its premium golf, dining and events. For over 100 years, this club has been providing not only a beautiful and challenging golf course, but... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Poconos Camp Wedding Center is an outdoor wedding venue located in Thompson, Pennsylvania. With over 40 miles of breathtaking views overlooking the beautiful mountain region, the wedding center is the ideal location for nature-loving couples. Every wedding at the center is fully customized to suit... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Forever Farm is a scenic countryside wedding venue near Franklin, Pennsylvania, nestled on over 150 acres of tranquil natural landscape. Welcoming couples to tie the knot in 2021, this lovely property is just a short drive from historic Franklin town. The farm is centrally located and easily... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
With the gentle sound of lapping waters in the background, The Lakeside in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania offers a wedding venue with a view. The team at the location know that your event is made special by who you celebrate with and where you celebrate it. As such, they strive to offer you a space where... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Perfectly located in the heart of picturesque central Pennsylvania farmland sits The BigMount Lodge, a rustic yet uniquely elegant lodge-style event venue surrounded by lush, verdant grounds and breathtaking views. Perched on approximately 125 acres, this hidden oasis marries the charm of the... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Abundance Hill is located in Clearfield County in the rolling hills of Central Pennsylvania, near the village of Kylertown. Just 2 miles off I80 and only 45 minutes from Penn State, the venue is very accessible. Elizabeth Fetter, the owner of the property, has continually renovated and expanded... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Originally a specialty iron foundry, the Ironworks at Pencoyd Landing has been re-invented into a sleek and industrial riverfront destination. Located in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, the Ironworks sits beside the Schuylkill River and is only a short drive from center city Philadelphia. With an array... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Rivet: Canteen and Assembly is a historic wedding venue located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. The property dates back to 1714 and was once the site of the town’s first iron forge, owned and operated by state founder William Penn. The land now houses a premier music and event venue that is decorated... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
The Lodges at Gettysburg is a wedding venue located in the historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The WeddingWire Couples’ Choice award-winning private retreat sits on 63 acres of gorgeous grounds and overlooks the breathtaking ridge lines of the area. The Lodges at Gettysburg’s experienced wedding... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Located in Oakdale, Pennsylvania, Kinsey Events Warehouse is a historic industrial venue that hosts weddings and other milestone occasions. Whitney is the owner of this facility and welcomes couples that are planning their special celebrations. This is a locale where you may hold your dream wedding... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
GARTH IS AN BOUTIQUE WEDDING VENUE, ART GALLERY,AND EVENT SPACE IN THE HEART OF HISTORIC COLUMBIA, PA. Garth is available to host your special event. Weddings, receptions, baby showers, bridal showers, holiday parties and birthday parties - whenever you need that special place to gather, Garth has... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
The Greathouse at Loch Nairn Golf Club is a restaurant, wedding venue, and public golf course in Avondale, Pennsylvania. Nestled amongst Chester County’s charming countryside, this banquet hall offers superb services, exquisite dining, and various event spaces. From intimate afternoon ceremonies, to... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Scenic Village at Harvest Drive is a charming wedding venue located in Gordonville, Pennsylvania. Surrounded by breathtaking Amish farmlands, this WeddingWire Couples’ Choice award-winning venue is the perfect setting for a rustic wedding deep in the heart of Lancaster County. The experienced... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
River’s Edge at Long Level is a waterfront wedding and event venue along the marina in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. This scenic location overlooks the stunning Susquehanna, the longest river of North America’s east coast. Both indoor and outdoor settings feature breathtaking views of the area,... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
The Heritage Barn is a couple-owned wedding venue in Oliveburg, PA which is near Punxsutawney, PA. Our name was inspired by the fact that the farm has been in the family for several generations. The 1882 inscription on one of the barn's foundation stones attests to the year the barn was masterfully... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Talamore Country Club is a historic wedding venue in Amber, Pennsylvania. The property mixes the elegance of a 20th-century Scottish manor estate with today’s sophistication and style. They also provide lodging options for clients thanks to a partnership with the award-winning Joseph Amber Inn... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Tara - A Country Inn is a historic wedding venue located in Clark, Pennsylvania. Offering an elegant, grandiose setting, this venue welcomes couples to host a timeless celebration on its hallowed grounds. From the luxurious bedrooms to the serene gardens, this inn focuses on providing guests with an... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Timber Tie Estate is tucked away on 30 acres in beautiful Blair County, Pennsylvania, just a short 20 minute drive from Altoona and 25 minute drive from State College. We offer a premier outdoor wedding and event venue. You and your guests will get to experience the unique beauty of being surrounded... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania is a state filled with contradictions, and its residents wouldn’t have it any other way. Outsiders may connect Pennsylvania with its recent past as a steel hub, but residents recognize and appreciate the state’s great diversity. These days, old industrial towns like Pittsburgh and Scranton are sprouting art galleries, wine bars, and startup incubators. Philadelphia thrives with an amazing foodie scene and continues to protect some of the country’s most sacred historical treasures, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
The seeds of democracy were nurtured in Pennsylvania, and it’s almost impossible not to stumble upon the state’s many historical sites and buildings. Beyond its cities, Pennsylvania also offers vast swaths of fields and mountains, sites which are particularly glorious in the fall. Couples looking to start their new life together with a wedding in Pennsylvania won’t be disappointed with the many venue choices.
As you begin to plan your wedding, one of your first tasks is to pin down a wedding venue in Pennsylvania. Do you want to target a larger city, like Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, or look in a smaller town or even in some of the more rural parts of the state? You’ll find a lot more options when you start your venue search in the cities, but the price tag is also likely to be higher. The rural areas of the state can help you stay in budget while offering beautiful natural backdrops, though you’ll have fewer venue choices.
Once you have the area pinned down, it’s time to start thinking about the type of venue you’d like. Are you dreaming of a formal wedding? Hotels, mansions, and churches and temples can all be excellent options to give you an upscale and elegant ceremony and reception.
Another great choice, especially in Pennsylvania, is to research historic sites. You’ll find many glamorous estates that have been around for hundreds of years, charming inns, and even a historic library. Finally, if you plan on marrying in the spring or fall, take advantage of Pennsylvania’s natural beauty by looking into parks, gardens, and barn or farm weddings.
Once you’ve narrowed down your list to just a few top wedding venues in Pennsylvania, it’s time to schedule a venue tour. Make sure you confirm pricing, availability, and capacity with the venue coordinator. Some venues require you to use their vendors or to choose vendors from an approved vendors list. If you already have certain vendors, like a photographer or DJ in mind, double-check that you can hire them. Also, it doesn’t hurt to ask for a sample contract that you can take home with you so that you can peruse it in greater detail later.