Regardless of your palette, these Baltimore venues create the perfect canvas with wedding planning that puts the ‘ease’ in easel. Here are our favorite Baltimore wedding venues for fans of art, theater and music:
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Located in historic Clipper Mill, Corradetti Glassblowing Studio & Gallery is a unique 3,400 square foot industrial chic space that showcases blown glass art pieces in its gallery. In fact,
for a special spin to your event, glassblowing activities can be added for an extra fee. One part historic, one part rustic and yet another industrial chic makes for a unique Baltimore venue for up to 95 guests, cocktail style.
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Situated at the base of Federal Hill, American Visionary Art Museum features art pieces by self-taught artists and even the building itself has been awarded numerous international and national awards for its design and beauty. American Visonary Art Museum allows for events from intimate gatherings to gala receptions for more than 400 attendees.
As if its architecture isn’t enough to illustrate its beauty, step inside Baltimore Museum of Art and experience 20,000 works in its collections and rotating exhibits. An event held at Baltimore Museum of Art can host 200 for a seated dinner, or up to 500 guests for a cocktail reception when its Antioch and Fox Courts are combined.
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Located in Baltimore, Maryland Art Place (MAP) features contemporary art and 3 gallery spaces for up to 140 guests.
Near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Reginald F. Lewis Museum holds permanent and rotating exhibits, a distinct feature for your wedding or special event. The museum has ample space allowing from a transition from your ceremony to cocktail hour to your reception, all within the museum.
Dating back to 1914, The Hippodrome Theatre not only raises the curtain but raises the bar for wedding venues. Known as a destination for world-class entertainment, The Hippodrome Theatre’s architecture and unique spaces will inspire you and your guests.
Imagine your wedding announcement on the marquee or your event taking center stage at Creative Alliance at The Patterson. Amalie Rothschild Gallery on the second floor allows for intimate celebrations. However, the Main Gallery offers flexible seating ranging from 140 attendees seated at round tops to 210 guests seated theatre-style or 250 standing room only.
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Music lovers will enjoy Westminster Hall with its fully-restored 1882 Johnson pipe organ, stained glass windows and ample room for a wide range of events! The Hall can accommodate a maximum of 250 guests.
From its terrace, enjoy views of The Baltimore Museum of Art's sculpture garden. For larger events, Gertrude’s has tenting capabilities.