This Is The Place Heritage Park
There's more to this outdoor wedding venue than its spectacular views of the city skyline and mountains. When you plan a wedding with This Is The Place Heritage Park, you can choose from their nine rustic properties to fit your style and budget. No matter which one you select, you and your guests will get more than just a glimpse of Utah's history and scenery.
From the grapevine motifs to the Italian cuisine, your wedding guests may have a feeling they're not in Utah anymore. There's little bit of Italy around every corner at Tuscany from the tree-lined patios to the vine-ridden entryway and classical gazebo. Despite the venue's fitting name, the Wasatch Front remains nearby to provide a woodland backdrop to your big day.
Located a short distance from both Park City and Salt Lake City, Louland Falls provide a secluded getaway for you and your guests. The Parley's Canyon mountains are an unbeatable background for a ceremony on the lawn, while the rocky landscape and waterfalls create several picture-perfect spots during any season. While it is a year-round facility, keep the weather in mind if you choose to wed here during the cooler seasons.
The Chase Mill at Tracy Aviary
As Utah's oldest standing industrial building, this wedding venue includes modern additions to accommodate outdoor weddings. Outside of the Chase Mill lies an amphitheater and a lawn, both which are ideal for an intimate garden wedding. At anytime of day, your guests are welcome to stroll through the outdoor exhibits of the Tracy Aviary.
Tucked away in Millcreek Canyon, you'll find plenty of pine trees, wildflowers and streams along with peace and quiet at this lodge-style venue. The outside patio features views of majestic mountains covered in snow during the winter, towering green trees in the warmer seasons and the vibrant shades of red and orange during fall. No matter the time of year, you'll experience a serene outdoor atmosphere at Millcreek Inn.
Wheeler Historic Farm
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this location now remains one of the few late 19th century farmsteads in Salt Lake City. Today, it's operated by Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation as an agricultural history museum, an outdoor recreation site and a stunning wedding venue. Among the Victorian style architecture, there are plenty of wide open spaces that set the scene for a country-inspired wedding.
For a more traditional and simple celebration, consider Arbor Manor's garden setting for your outdoor wedding. Complemented by lush botanicals and market lights, the gazebo adds the finishing touch to any ceremony or reception.
An ideal location for a destination wedding, Log Haven doesn't fall short of showcasing Utah's mountain splendor. Wildflowers, waterfalls and the Wasatch wilderness bring serenity to this lodge throughout the year. As a bonus, you and your wedding guests don't need to travel far to find world class ski resorts for a fun winter weekend.
While you won't find any grand castles in the area, La Caille's cottage setting radiates some serious fairytale vibes. Located south of Salt Lake City, this wedding venue has views of Little Cottonwood Canyon, charming French-inspired amenities and plenty of wines everyone will enjoy straight from its vineyard.
Red Butte Garden
You don't have to let the weather ruin your festivities at the University of Utah's Red Butte Garden. In the warmer seasons, the outdoor settings offers view of valley vistas to go with the sweet aroma of florals. If you want the feel of a garden wedding during the cooler seasons, no need to worry - the indoor Orangerie blooms with exotic flowers and citrus trees even as the snow falls outside. If you love these outdoor wedding venues just as much as we do, there are plenty more where these came from.