Top NY Historic Wedding Venues

A CURATED LIST OF THE BEST HISTORIC WEDDING VENUES IN NEW YORK

A touch of HISTORY when your say your vows. Find the perfect historic venue for your wedding.

Fancy getting wed in a history location? Make history where there is history by celebrating your special day in a historic venue. We have put together a list of the top historic wedding venues in New York to make it easier for your dreams to become a reality. Check out what we consider to be the top rooftop wedding venues in New York.

This New York City landmark is a century-old historic venue to host your wedding. Since its construction in 1907, this fabled national landmark has hosted some of the most extraordinary New York City galas and events.

Famed as the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s powerful architecture and historical importance make it an impressive historic venue for your wedding.

This legendary New York events venue is ideal for all types of events including weddings. It’s perfect for music and theater lovers who are tying the knot as this is the home of the annual TONY Awards.

The 17,500-square-foot space features a main hall with a 70-foot ceiling and stained glass skylight that will definitely makes any wedding held here extra magical.

The Altman Building is a historic landmark in the heart of Chelsea and is a raw space waiting to be dolled up with your dream wedding motif.

Part palace, part industrial shed, the Armory is dedicated to the development and presentation of work in the performing and visual arts best realized in a non-traditional setting. It has different spaces that can cater to your wedding’s size and requirements.

Harold Pratt House was constructed in 1919 as one of New York‘s grand Park Avenue mansions. It can host intimate weddings with different space requirements.

The house features a marble stairway connecting a variety of beautiful spaces including a Library, Reception, Drawing, Sitting and Ballroom. All feature cathedral ceilings, fireplaces and original chandeliers.

The Hammerstein is an incredible venue for special events such as wedding. The 12,000 square feet ballroom, it can accommodate large groups for weddings and receptions.

From its modern glass and steel pavilion to the grandeur of the Beaux-Arts Court designed by McKim, Mead and White, the Brooklyn Museum is an ideal venue for the wedding of the ultimate art lover.

The Brooklyn Museum offers three space options that can accommodate medium to large size weddings.

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