Tucked away in the woodland gardens stands the original Callanwolde Pool House, renamed the Samuel Goldman Retreat. The 1920's building was fully restored to replicate all of its historic details with vaulted ceilings, granite floors, stone fireplace, and wood trim.
The Piedmont Room & Garden Tent offer spectacular views of the Atlanta skyline and Piedmont Park. The historic charm, modern elegance, and scenic backdrop provide for a truly unique destination in the heart of the city.
Make this occasion truly special and give your guests an experience they won’t forget at the magnificent Atlanta Marriott Marquis. We offer three elegant ballrooms, gorgeous décor and unforgettable service all in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
Destination Wedding! Right here in the heart of Atlanta. Located on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, our River Garden setting provides a unique setting and full service providing Canoe ambiance, service and food. Memories that will last a lifetime!
Take a look at one of the most beautiful and romantic wedding locations found in the heart of Atlanta. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is the perfect setting if you are looking for a classic, historic, and one of a kind wedding venue. This 27,000 sqft Gothic-Tudor style mansion can be yours to celebrate your best day!
Let the Artmore Hotel be a part of creating a memorable experience. The Artmore Hotel has event spaces that can accommodate all of the special occasions you may have. Create lasting memories in a chic, unique, and modern setting.
The Garden is the most beautiful venue in Atlanta, and a wedding here will take your breath away. Explore the array of versatile settings, each unique in its ambiance. When a perfect romance is ready to bloom, there is no better place to celebrate than the Garden.
Whether you are planning a special event or your wedding day in Atlanta, you deserve a venue for making memories. The Cascade Club is designed with ballrooms and other spaces for entertaining on three levels.
Weddings near the Atlanta Airport are ideal for a honeymoon takeoff without sacrificing elegance. Largest Atlanta event space accommodates 1,200 guests for dream weddings or extravagant galas. Our expansive Atlanta family reunion hotel offers the perfect venue for exciting family activities.
Built in 1904 for Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, Rhodes Hall is today a house museum and one of the most unique venues in Atlanta for weddings, social, and corporate events. Complete your fairytale and begin your happily-ever-after at Atlanta's "Castle on Peachtree", Rhodes Hall.
103 West is Atlanta's premiere private party space, with world-class cuisine and service. 103 West is perfect for all wedding events - from six to 600 guests - rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, receptions and showers.
The Estate rentals for weddings offer an exquisite array of indoor and outdoor wedding spaces designed to accommodate all tastes and styles. Begin planning your wedding day with a legendary wedding venue
Brockington Hall is a tastefully renovated 1882 Classic Italianate villa-style mansion on a quiet, brick-paved residential street. Just a block and a half from famous Forsyth Park in Savannah's Historic District, the venue space is 4,000 sq ft on the elegantly appointed parlor floor, with elevator access.
See our extensive list of Atlanta, Georgia wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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