Wedding Venues in Cincinnati

Searching for a venue for your wedding in Cincinnati? Never fear – from historic estates to mirror-lined ballrooms, we’ve got options for you. Near or far, city center or short drive to the countryside, each and every one of these unique venues still manages to have one distinct characteristic in common: we think any of them would make a great backdrop to the wedding day of your dreams.

Hilton Netherland Plaza

An area landmark since 1931, the Hilton Netherland Plaza hotel is one of the prettiest examples of French Art Deco architecture around – and an exceptional Cincinnati wedding venue. At this location you can select your reception site from three unique grand ballrooms, each of which is practically dripping with timeless elegance. Our favorite is the Hall of Mirrors with its two story balcony, gilded mirrors, and romantic vintage appeal.

Greenacres Art Center

A carefully preserved section of Cincinnati’s forests and creeks, the Greenacres Art Center is a foundation dedicated to artwork and farming by day, and a stunning Cincinnati wedding location by night. This venue features a historic estate with elaborate gardens and a tree-lined, mile-long entrance perfect for helping set the mood.

Schenck Mansion

A 35 room red brick mansion built in 1874, the Schenck Mansion has been recently restored, embracing its Second Empire architectural style and its promise as a dreamy wedding venue. The mansion, placed on rolling green hills in an intimate environment, makes for a fairy tale setting and wedding packages include overnight stays for up to six couples at the bed and breakfast. Smaller weddings can make use of the mansion’s rooms, while larger weddings will be more comfortable situated on the expansive lawn.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

Image credit: Schenck Mansion

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