It’s that exciting time of year when we recognize the Best of PartySpace 2020 award winners and finalists for Baltimore wedding venues.
Based on our data, the award highlights the top Baltimore wedding locations among engaged couples and event planners this year. From Baltimore waterfront wedding venues reflecting neon city lights with panoramic views of the Inner Harbor to industrial chic Baltimore event spaces–and out to the outskirts where you will find unique Baltimore wedding venues in a historic mill surrounding by scenic falls. We take you from downtown Charm City to Fell’s Point with our exciting results.
Here are our top Baltimore wedding venues for 2020.
Photo by Dani Leigh Photography/The George Peabody Library
Truly a unique Baltimore wedding venue, The George Peabody Library doubles as a captivating event space. Its six tiers of cast iron columns and ornate railings of gold leaf create an elegant atmosphere.
Gather in the Exhibit Gallery for cocktail hour then for dining and dancing in the Reading Room. The George Peabody Library has three exclusive caterers for engaged couples and planners to choose from. Consistently recognized as one of the most beautiful libraries throughout the world, it’s easy to see why!
Photo by The Assembly Room/Carly Fuller Photography
A former warehouse, the old brick, high ceilings, exposed steel beams and skylights provide the atmosphere for this industrial-chic Baltimore wedding venue.
The Assembly Room has 24,000 square feet of flexible event space, which allows for you to create a vision all your own, letting your imagination run wild.
Photo: Baltimore Museum of Art
The Baltimore Museum of Art is a unique historic venue with an array of spaces that are perfect to host events large and small.
For example, Majestic Fox Court, is a striking neoclassical room featuring a soaring coffered ceiling supported by classic Ionic columns.
In addition, Antioch Court features Baltimore Museum of Art’s majestic Antioch mosaics and sculptures and surrounds the BMA’s Atrium with captivating floor-to-ceiling windows.
Photo by Dani Leigh Photography/Evergreen Museum & Library
Located in a serene and timeless tree-lined setting just north of Baltimore City, The Evergreen Museum & Library provides a diverse and customizable array of outdoor and indoor settings for your wedding day. The estate features a magnificent 19th Century Gilded Age Mansion surrounded by elegant and manicured gardens and a sprawling terrace, perfect for a wedding ceremony and/or cocktail hour. The grounds also include a charming and rustic Carriage House with exposed brick and original woodwork, a unique indoor location for dinner and dancing.
Photo by Accelerator Space
Accelerator Space’s industrial design combines with modern amenities to make this 90-year-old building a chic spot near Baltimore City’s Belvedere Square Market. Its restored hardwood floors, and exposed ceiling has that cool factor feel that differentiates the venue from other settings. The flow of multiple rooms make the space ideal for socializing and adding your very own stamp to your milestone event. In addition, a hidden rooftop with bistro lighting is perfect for cocktail hour or an outdoor event for 100 guests.
Photo by Greg Gibson Photography/The Winslow
Located in the historic Parker Metal Building, The Winslow brings Baltimore’s industrial past together with modern and historic elements. In fact, there are two distinct event spaces: The Winslow and The Train Shed. Combined, the facility has more than 10,000 square feet of unique event spaces, allowing for a wide variety of events from intimate gatherings to large galas.
The Winslow features a 25-foot ceiling with second story mezzanine, exposed brick, concrete floors, and a 32-foot built-in bar while The Train Shed offers floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of Baltimore’s iconic M&T Bank Stadium.
Photo by Brea/Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
Next, we visit the scenic Jones Falls Valley in the Mt. Washington neighborhood. There you will find Mt. Washington Mill-Dye House, a unique industrial chic Baltimore wedding venue that you and your guests will be wowed for years to come. Whether it’s the entryway past the two imposing lion statues flanking the building, the magical atmosphere of the plaza with twinkling bistro lights overhead or the historic stone mill’s architecture and design. Inside the 5,000 square foot distinctive space, exposed rafters, brick and concrete floors allow for a unique backdrop unlike any other, providing beautiful contrast to showcase wedding flowers, linens and elegant décor.
HÁBITAT offers 3,000 square feet of stunning industrial chic event space with a stylish entrance featuring Moroccan tile and wood wall, perfect for weddings and special events. The unique venue is captivating setting with dark floors, white painted brick, and modern sputnik chandeliers.
Photo by Frederick Douglass – Isaac Myers Maritime Park
As one of Baltimore City’s oldest waterfront buildings, Frederick Douglass – Isaac Myers Maritime Park allows for indoor and outdoor weddings and events along the waterfront of historic Fell’s Point. Inside, its exquisite brick and woodwork define Baltimore industrial elegance.
Corradetti Glassblowing Studio & Gallery is located in the heart of historic Clipper Mill. The 3,400 square foot glassblowing studio has earned multiple architectural awards for its historic renovation. It features soaring ceilings greater than 20 feet high, exposed brick walls, bamboo hardwood flooring, and large windows overlooking a modern pool fashioned after a Roman bath, the space offers contemporary design infused with old world charm.
Photo by Rachel Smith Photography/National Aquarium
Is there anything more exciting than saying I DO against the backdrop of the Inner Harbor or near Atlantic bottlenose dolphins? How about a reception with dining and dancing in the Pier 4 Atrium and then exploring sharks and puffins in Shark Alley or Blacktip Reef?
All of this is possible at National Aquarium, a unique Baltimore wedding venue. In addition, The Harbor View Room and Harbor Overlook offer a stunning vantage point through floor-to-ceiling windows, while National Aquarium’s harbor-side tent allows for a celebration outside to take in the city’s beautiful scenery.