400 4th Ave. South
Nashville, TN 37201
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About Us

This historic church, dating back to 1874, has been transformed into a modern, open floor plan event venue. Exposed beams, natural light, an upper level mezzanine, full on-site kitchen, bridal lounges, and state of the art light and sound are sure to make this venue one of the most desired spots in Nashville. Accommodating seated dinners for up to 400 and cocktail style receptions for 700, The Bell Tower is the single largest and oldest freestanding venue in downtown Nashville.

At The Bell Tower, Infinity Events & Catering is here to make the day you've always dreamed of, the day you'll never forget. From a handcrafted menu by our culinary team to a custom floor plan design from an event specialist, we will customize your wedding to suit your needs.

Infinity event specialists will guide you every step of the way, ensuring your big day is effortless and unforgettable.

Features

Languages Spoken
English
Guest Capacity
500+
Guest Capacity - Indoor
Up to 500
Onsite Venue Services
Ceremony SiteFull Bar AvailableFull Service Wedding PackagesNumber of Events at a TimeOnsite CateringOnsite Wedding CoordinationWedding Planner
Venue Style
HistoricModern / ContemporaryRusticUrban
Venue Type
Other Venue Type

Reviews

mywedding.com

I could not be more pleased to have stumbled upon this venue. We originally toured the Bridge Building and looked at the Bell Tower on a whim. We instantly fell in love with the beautiful space and historic site in the middle of downtown Nashville! We were supported in every detail of the planning process. Even a last minute change in wedding coordinators (a bride's potential nightmare) turned into a blessing. Bailee went above and beyond to make sure ever detail was taken care of. Our wedding day went off without a hitch and truly exceeded our expectations. The food, lighting and decor were perfect! I couldn't have asked for anything better. I would highly recommend the Bell Tower or any of the Infinity Event spaces for your event!

Dec 06, 2016