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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.
We are a family owned company that features 3 venues (2 mountaintop venues and 1 chapel) as well as beautiful mountaintop cabins and 1-2 bedroom cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. We also have an 8 bedroom Chalet that sleeps up to 22 people with amazing mountain views! We are dedicated on... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
If you are looking for something exciting, fun & DIFFERENT, the Capitol Theatre wedding venue has amazingly unique packages like no other. The Capitol will give you, the couple, an elegant art deco ambiance with old Hollywood style for a glamorous and breathtaking wedding day. The venue has the main... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
The Historical Ramsey House is Knoxville's most Historic site for your wedding! The Ramsey House plays host to many weddings a year as well as many community events. We are famous not only for our beautiful weddings but also for our annual Vintage Baseball games! This is truly an amazing place to... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Bluff View Art District is a wedding venue with overnight accommodations in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This historic space has several facilities both inside and out for each couple to choose from in order to create their dream day. Bluff View Art District occupies about a block and a half of space... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Fernwood is a rustic wedding venue in Scottsboro, Alabama. The former family home, build in 1924 with Greek Revival architecture, is nestled on a 2-acre estate, with the historic Scottsboro Town Square located accessibly nearby. Listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, the estate... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Marble Springs State Historic Site is the last remaining home of John Sevier, the first Governor of the State of Tennessee. Sevier named his farm Marble Springs because of the Tennessee Rose Marble that was quarried on site and the natural springs that flowed on the property. Marble Springs is a 35... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Built in 1902 and beautifully restored, the Bristol Train Station is a charming backdrop for weddings, anniversaries, engagement parties, rehersal dinners, bridal luncheons, elopment celebrations and more. The historic Bristol Train Station is located in the heart of vibrant downtown Bristol. The... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
The Hackney Warehouse is a unique wedding destination in the mountains of Western North Carolina. We offer a variety of accommodations that can satisfy all your needs. The facility was built in 1911 and was originally a wholesale grocer that served the train that came through the area; the building... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
The 1903 Historic Southern Railway Station, located at 306 West Depot Avenue in Downtown Knoxville, has re-opened as a special event venue and also home of Blue Slip Winery. With over 130 parking spaces on site, this venue is like no other in Knoxville for that special event, large or small, you are... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
The Candoro Arts & Heritage Center Grounds serve as a unique and affordable wedding venue with plenty of space for indoor or outdoor events. The venue offers 2,000 square feet of space inclusive of kitchen facilities as well as an attached carriage house that provides an additional 800 sq. ft. and... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Historic Bleak House was first built in the 1850s as a wedding present for the young newlyweds Robert and Louisa Franklin Armstrong. It has stood the test of time since then and has come to take its place among the fine historical homes of the South. Today, we continue to offer couples the... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
This one-of-a-kind home was built in 1890 as a "wedding promise" and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located just 10 minutes from downtown Knoxville in the beautiful Sequoyah Hills area, Historic Westwood provides a stunning backdrop for your wedding ceremony, reception,... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Located in Morristown, Tennessee, The Barn of 1810 is a wedding and special event venue. Couples are offered week-long packages to hold their special celebrations, with both indoor and outdoor setups possible. The venue encourages customized events that truly reflect each client and offers ample... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)
Gorgeous chandeliers and a large fireplace are focal points of this exceptional venue along with hardwood floors, exposed brick walls and windows overlooking downtown Johnson City with spectacular sunset views. This 5,000 sq ft venue can accommodate up to 200 guests. We provide tables, chairs, china... (Historic Weddings Knoxville)