Ten Extraordinary Wedding Venues

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Ten Extraordinary Wedding Venues

Your wedding is coming up, and you’ve been planning for months about how you will find the perfect venue. There are some amazing places in the United States to book your wedding. These venues have been rated as some of the most extraordinary, and we have ten that you will fall in love with.

You want your wedding to be unique and beautiful, and the perfect venue will allow you to do so. You may want it to be outdoors for a more natural feel or to share your love in a museum or gallery that shows your interests. Let’s take a closer look at the ten most extraordinary wedding venues in the United States.

Bok Building

Bok Building Wedding Venue

The Bok Building is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a former school, and the building itself is 340,000 square feet. It takes up an entire city block, and it is filled with creative businesses, as well as a rooftop bar and restaurant. The building can be rented out for your wedding, using the rooftop or the school’s original gym. The Boy’s Gym is a restaurant where you and your guests can dine and dance. The Bok Building is a beautiful venue for your wedding, and you will be happy to celebrate your love here.

U.S. National Arboretum

U.S. National Arboretum Wedding Venue

In the Washington, D.C., area, you will find the U.S. National Arboretum. This is a beautiful place if you want a garden wedding. It is a 446-acre botanical center. The park now hosts weddings for those who want a natural big day. It is one of the largest private outdoor spaces in Washington, D.C.The garden is beautifully Ancient Greece-inspired, and it is an amazing venue for your wedding. All of the photos and ceremonies can be done here.

The Neon Museum

The Neon Museum Wedding Venue

The Neon Museum is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, and has drawn brides and grooms there for years. Las Vegas is known as one of the most popular places for couples to elope and getting married at the Neon Museum can be a great touch. This is a non-profit museum that was founded in 1996. It is a collection of old casino and hotel signs from the Las Vegas Strip. The main area in the museum can hold about 70 guests and it can be reserved for your wedding. There are several wedding packages offered here and you can book yours today.

Thorncrown Chapel

Thorncrown Chapel Wedding Venue

In Arkansas, the Thorncrown Chapel is a beautiful location for a wedding. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentice, E. Fay Jones. It was built in 1980 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. This chapel is surrounded by glorious woods and has 425 windows. The chapel will hold 100 guests and is a beautiful location for a wedding. The chapel is a Christian organization, so they do want the wedding to be “Christ-centered.”

The George Peabody Library

The George Peabody Library Wedding Venue

Fans of the Harry Potter series will love this building since they can’t get married at Hogwarts. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, the George Peabody Library opened in 1878 and contains 300,000 books. There is enough space for a wedding of 170, and the marble floors will be a beautiful addition. All of the proceeds from weddings go to keeping up the library. George Peabody wanted nothing more than for the space to stay open for the public to enjoy.

Camp Wandawega

Camp Wandawega Wedding Venue

If you love the idea of an outdoor wedding, Camp Wandawega is the perfect retreat for you and your spouse. Located in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, there are rustic cabins, canoeing, and even making Smores over a fire. It is like being at summer camp all over again. This is a beautiful place to get married; if you are outdoorsy, it will be a perfect wedding venue. This site can host 50 guests overnight and a reception room for 150.

Oakland Cemetery

Oakland Cemetery Wedding Venue

It may be odd to think about getting married in a cemetery, but some couples love the idea. This is Atlanta’s oldest cemetery, which features beautiful gardens and unique architecture. It is known for Halloween-inspired weddings. However, there are couples who love the history of cemeteries and want nothing more than to be married in one. The gardens here are beautiful, and couples love to pose for their wedding photos in them. There is also an on-site greenhouse that adds to the allure of the cemetery.

Bear Flag Farm

Bear Flag Farm Wedding Venue

Bear Flag Farm is located in Winters, California, between Sacramento and San Francisco. It is a 33-acre vineyard estate, and for those wanting a farm wedding, this is the perfect spot. There are orchards, lavender fields, and grapevines everywhere on the property. The views are beautiful, and the perfect venue for a wedding. The reception spaces are part of an amphitheater and surrounded by sycamore trees. The wedding dinners provided by the vineyard contain fresh ingredients from the property. You can also add a Ferris wheel to your wedding here.

Dunton Hot Springs

Dunton Hot Springs Wedding Venue

Located in Colorado, Dunton Hot Springs is a beautiful location for a wedding. If you want a winter wedding, this is the place for you. It is a bit smaller for an intimate celebration. The experience here in the winter is one that you will never have anywhere else. The resort is nestled in the San Juan Mountains, and the former mining town will sleep 44 guests. The log cabins are just the perfect touch to this adorable venue. Not only will you get a chance to soak in the hot springs, but you can go snowmobiling and dog-sledding as part of your mountain adventure.

TWA Hotel

TWA Hotel Wedding Venue

The TWA Hotel is located in New York City and is a very ornate location for a wedding. It has a retro-chic feel to it, and it is located at JFK Airport. A cocktail hour is available for your wedding, as well as an infinity pool that overlooks Runway number four. There is a 1958 plane parked right on the tarmac that can be part of your cocktail party. The reception is located in the Howard Hughes Presidential Suite, and you can watch planes take off and land in this beautiful location.

If you need help choosing the right venue, these are just a few examples of the most extraordinary venues in the United States.

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