Photo credit: Martin Reardon Photography/Moshulu
Moshulu’s multi-level Tall Ship provides an open-air atmosphere in Philadelphia. In addition, the deck has a heated tent. Indoors, there is a new ballroom. Certainly, guests can host events on Moshulu all year long.
Whether it’s the electric city view that inspires you. Or the serene waterfront. Either way, Moshulu offers a memorable backdrop. In addition, it’s menu is just as exciting. In fact, couples can enjoy its fine in-house cuisine at their reception.
Lastly, Moshulu can host up to 1,500 people.
Photo credit: Lindsey Docherty Photography/Colonial Dames
Colonial Dames’ formal gardens provide a romantic backdrop for an outdoor wedding. Gardens are set against historic brick. In fact, the gardens will delight guests all four seasons.
Inside, the House reflects Colonial architecture and colors. In addition, it holds historic artifacts.
Upstairs, Colonial Dames can host up to 120 guests in its Georgian ballroom.
Photo: Fairmount Park Horticulture Center
Enter a world of wonder all year long at Fairmount Park Horticulture Center. There, the beauty of nature captivates you season after season.
In fact, indoors or outdoors, Fairmount Park Horticulture Center offers a magical setting. It features a spacious open greenhouse, and display gardens. Additionally, it includes a peaceful reflecting pool, modern exhibition hall and gathering spaces. Fairmount Park Horticulture Center can host up to 1,200 guests.
Photo credit: MK Photography/Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Art Museum’s Neoclassic design offers an inspiring backdrop. Especially for weddings.
There are many different venue options. For example, the Main Building and The Rodin have art galleries. In addition, there are unique event spaces and a sculpture garden. Each make for an unforgettable experience.
Philadelphia Museum of Art allows for up to 1,400 guests.
Photo: American Swedish Historical Museum
American Swedish Historical Museum is rich with greenery. The museum is in FDR Park. In fact, it’s hidden from the bustle of South Philadelphia yet in the heart of it all.
The venue reflects a 17th Century manor house. It displays period pieces such as paintings, furniture and textiles. Its grand hall and staircase are beautiful. Indeed, you’ll want to take in park views from its terrace.
Outside, enjoy all that nature provides under the stars. It has a state-of-the-art retractable clear paneled tent. The tent is available from May through October. American Swedish Historical Museum can to host up to 360 people.
Photo credit: Luria Visuals/Loft on Passyunk
Loft on Passyunk is new on the Philadelphia wedding venue scene. It is a 9,500 square foot industrial chic event space. In fact, it has two floors in South Philadelphia. The venue is filled with industrial beams, beautiful brick and dance-worthy wood flooring.
Lastly, Loft on Passyunk hosts private parties up to 300 guests.
Photo credit: Emma Cleary Photography/Water Works
Water Works is a historic wedding venue. It offers beautiful city skyline and waterfront views. It’s a Philadelphia landmark at the foot of the Schuylkill River. In fact, it’s down the hill from the Philadelphia Museum of Art,
Enjoy the scenery from the Grand Pavilion. Or take in the beauty from the Deck’s gazebo.
In addition, Water Works’ has a new tented veranda. It’s new to the Engine House with spectacular views. The veranda is yet another fantastic option for receptions. Lastly, Water Works may hold up to 400 guests for private events.
Photo credit: Chris Kendig Photography/Stotesbury Mansion
Photo: Curtis Atrium
The Curtis Atrium is in historic Old City Philadelphia. As you enter, there is a 49-foot stained glass mosaic. The hall leads to the Atrium itself. It has palatial alabaster columns and seemingly endless ceilings.
Take in the historic architectural elements. However, don’t forget to enjoy the terraced waterfall. Its grand staircase creates quite an entrance. Also, make sure to visit its romantic balcony with Atrium views. Finally, Curtis Atrium allows for 500 guests.
Photo: Powel House