4 Baltimore Wedding Venues to Keep on Your Radar


Whether you are a history lover, environmentalist or simply enjoy Bavarian suds in a stylish atmosphere, keep these Baltimore wedding venues to keep on your radar.

Bride holding her gown's train walking with groom on brick path at The Manor Tavern, one of the Baltimore wedding venues to keep on your radar.

The Manor Tavern

Here are the basics:          



•Situated on a 10,000-acre estate, My Lady’s Manor

•20 to 120 people for a seated reception; up to 150 cocktail style

Why it’s so special: Aside from the delicious farm-to-table culinary experience, its history is unmatched. It is 267 years old. Imagine celebrating where President George Washington occasionally kept his horse.

The historic Monkton wedding venue began as a stable. It’s truly a history lover’s dream.

Event space with exposed wooden rafters, purple uplighting and navy blue reception tables at Guilford Hall, one of the best Baltimore wedding venues to keep on your radar..

Guilford Hall Brewery

Here are the basics:

•Industrial chic, Indoor/Outdoor

•Revitalized historic Baltimore venue

•Outstanding beer

•The Crown Room: allows for up to 300 cocktail style receptions; 160 with dancing or 200 without

•Biergarten: 20 to 300 guests

Why it’s so special: Not only is the industrial chic atmosphere in The Crown Room an attention getter with its brick and original hardwood floors set against modern chandeliers–but it’s history within the community dates to 1898.

The brewery is housed in the Crown Cork & Seal Building in Station North. Fittingly, Guilford Hall Brewery was a modern beer bottle cap manufacturer pairing well with the beer city of Baltimore and Bavarian tradition.

Bride and groom laughing during first dance with flurry of light installations from the ceiling at unique Baltimore wedding venue Museum of Art.

Photo: Photography by Brea

Baltimore Museum of Art

Here are the basics:

•Historic, Indoor/Outdoor

•Fox Court: 180 dinner: 200 dinner and dancing

•Antioch Court: combines with Fox Court for up to 500; or by itself

Why it’s so special: There’s historic. And then there’s historic. Mosaics and sculpture in Antioch Court date to the 5th century. In addition, Moon Dust, the light installation (through 2024) adds soft beauty to all events.

Groomsman giving speech to couple at sweetheart table at reception in Howard County Conservancy's unique Baltimore wedding venue.

Photo: Bekah Kay

Howard County Conservancy

Here are the basics:

•Rustic, Indoor/Outdoor

•Located on 232 acres

•Deck & Honor Garden

•Gudelsky Event Room: 200 cocktail-style or 150 seated

Why it’s so special: Eco-friendly. The Conservancy was designated as the first Maryland Green Center in Howard County, just outside of Baltimore.

It is easy to see why they are Baltimore wedding venues to keep on your radar.