Wedding Planning

Say “I Do” at These Cincinnati Wedding Venues With a View

Say “I Do” at These Cincinnati Wedding Venues With a View

 

 

From the city skyline to stadium hot spots, you’ll find picture perfect backdrops at these Cincinnati wedding venues.

 

 

Alms Park Pavilion

 

 

Alms Park Pavilion

 

Surrounded by the hills of Kentucky, this Cincinnati wedding venue blends rustic and garden elements to create a peaceful atmosphere. The panoramic views of both the Ohio and Little Miami Rivers make the perfect backdrop for an outdoor ceremony.

 

 

 

 

Anderson Pavilion

 

 

Anderson Pavilion

 

You’ll also find river views at the Anderson Pavilion. Instead of the rolling hills, however, you get a prime view of the Cincinnati skyline.

 

 

 

Ault Park

 

 

Ault Park

 

For a more elegant outdoor event, consider the venue at Ault Park. Its Grand Pavilion (shown here) overlooks majestic gardens and even features a cascading waterfall.

 

 

 

Coney Island

 

 

Coney Island

 

Not to be confused with the famous New York destination, this eclectic amusement park is located near the Ohio River. A waterfront ceremony is an option at the Moonlite Gardens, and the Moonlite Pavilion (shown here) makes a magical site for an evening reception.

 

 

 

Great American Ball Park

 

 

Great American Ball Park

 

If you’re a die-hard Reds fan, look no further. From vows on the diamond to a first dance overlooking the city skyline, the sights of this Cincinnati wedding venue are unlike any other.

 

 

 

Greenacres

 

 

Greenacres

 

While it doesn’t overlook the downtown skyline, you’ll find a different sort of scenery here. This English Norman-style manor resembles more of a European castle landscape with cascading gardens and fountains. Is there anything more fitting than that for a fairytale wedding? We don’t think so.

 

 

 

Memorial Hall

 

 

Memorial Hall

 

You’ll find nothing short of sophistication at this Cincinnati wedding venue. The Park View Room at Memorial Hall is full of elaborate décor overlooking the glimmering lights of Washington Park.

 

 

 

Paul Brown Stadium

 

 

Paul Brown Stadium

 

Bengals fans, there’s really no better place to celebrate the start of football season and the next chapter of your lives than Paul Brown Stadium. The East Club Lounge is known for its spectacular views of the Cincinnati skyline, but the Press Box Dining Room has the best seats in the house.

 

 

 

Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel

 

 

Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel

 

Conveniently located in the city’s historic district, this luxury venue’s elegant interior complements its skyline views quite well. Burnham Hall (shown here) features 40-foot domed ceilings and classic style.

 

 

 

The Transept

 

 

The Transept

 

Nestled in Washington Park, this setting is prime for a vintage inspired event. The architecture boasts German Gothic design surrounded by modern and historic structures alike. For more inspiration, see what these Cincinnati wedding venues have to offer.