Top Delaware County Wedding Venues (2021)

Indeed, it’s that exciting time of year when we announce the Best of PartySpace Venue Awards. Delaware County’s wedding venues span all types of unique event rentals. For example, there are historic vineyards and arboretums. Of course, there’s state park. Certainly, a yacht club overlooking the Delaware River,
Based on each venue’s inquiries, here are the top Delaware County wedding venues!

Bride holding bouquet of red, pink, purple flowers with groom by trees and bushes at Tyler Arboretum's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Tyler Arboretum

Tyler Arboretum

In Media, Tyler Arboretum features an 1834 stone bank barn, and tented patio. In fact, they overlook a rolling countryside, mature trees and a trickling stream. Combined, the barn and patio may host up to 200 guests.
In addition, its recently renovated Barn allows for up to 140 guests. Furthermore, the porch and lawn are perfect locations for ceremonies or cocktail hour. Finally, Tyler Arboretum’s gardens and beautiful structures offer a memorable backdrop.

bride and groom kissing under stone archway on grounds of duke sculpture gardens' delaware county wedding venue.

Photo credit: Lightyear Studio/Duke Sculpture Garden

Duke Sculpture Garden

Duke Art Gallery is on a 100-year-old estate in Wallingford. Its 1889 Rapunzel stone tower will wow your guests. Next to its Main Building, a spacious four acres lawn is ready for your happily ever after.
In addition, its 3,100-square-foot gallery features oak floors. It has exposed beams and optimal lighting. In fact, the 19th century ballroom is a beautiful Plan “B” ceremony location in the event of poor weather.

bride and groom smiling dancing with guests and twinkling lights in background at terrain at styers, one of the Top Delaware County Wedding Venues

Photo: Terrain at Styers

Terrain at Styers

Follow us to Glen Mills to Terrain at Styers. There, enjoy farm-to-table cuisine within its restored antique greenhouse. In fact, it is the perfect remedy to awaken your senses.

The all-season garden setting is built on a 5-acre nursery. It’s complete with plants, trees and flowers and includes a restored barn.

In addition, an Indian temple near the nursey is ideal for wedding ceremonies. Meanwhile, the historic Mushroom House serves as a bridal suite. Furthermore, the greenhouse allows for a ceremony option in colder months. Of course, there are several indoor and outdoor event spaces.

bride and groom under clear umbrella in between vineyards at Inn at grace winery's delaware county wedding venue.

Photo: The Inn at Grace Winery

Inn at Grace Winery

History, wine and onsite lodging add up to a winning combination at The Inn at Grace Winery. The 35-acre Glen Mills winery includes a 1750s bank barn. It doubles as a tasting room and rustic event space. Cocktail hour on the porch provides woodsy views. Imagine extending the celebration with an overnight stay at its historic inn.

tall round tables on brick courtyard with stone building and paper lanterns in trees in background at bolingbroke's historic delaware county wedding venue.


In the heart of Radnor, history lovers will enjoy the Spring House at Bolingbroke. In fact, it has an inscription of “1727.” The 18th century Colonial stone mansion has four charming reception rooms.
Also, there are two large terraces and lovely secluded gardens. Bolingbroke’s rear yard allows for an outdoor ceremony onsite. Finally, there is plenty of room for parking.

bride leading groom around reflecting pool in gardens at parque ridley creek, one of the Top Delaware County Wedding Venues


Historic Parque is in 2600-acre Ridley State Park. There are rolling hills and endless greenery. In fact, it is down the road from the stables and Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation.
Hunting Hill Mansion, the early 20th-century stone English Manor House sets the scene. It has backdrops like a reflecting pool, formal gardens, fountains and several patios. Peer out the romantic balcony to take it all in.
In addition, Parque’s flagstone patio beckons cocktail hour. It has views of the forest grounds leading to a dinner reception inside the Tudor style mansion. Historic ruins on the grounds reflect a time gone by. Yet, they provide lovely backdrops for wedding photos.

bride and groom on metal bridge with trees and illuminated lamp post in background at pomme's delaware county wedding venue.


Enter Pomme through its romantic wooden bridge. It’s framed by seasonal blooms that peer out through tall trees. They overlook the tranquil pond, home to a pair of swans.
Along the pond is a patio area ideal for cocktail hour with bistro lights overhead. On the opposite side of the bridge, you’ll find a stream and oversized swing practically calling out for a photo op. It’s perfect for dreamy wedding photos. Inside, Pomme features a spacious rustic ballroom. In addition, a tented space allows for a dazzling night under the deep blue skies. Certainly, a dreamy spot for a wedding!

Photo: Indian Orchards

Indian Orchards

Indian Orchards is on 40 acres of woods and orchards in Media. Its event space features a stone terrace with views of the forest. In addition, there is a historic springhouse and pond. There is even room for a tent.
Across the way, a 200-year-old restored barn and orchards provide a spot to exchange vows.

groom kissing bride on cheek on boardwalk with boats in background at corinthian yacht club of philadelphia, one of the Top Delaware County Wedding Venues

Photo credit: Samantha Jay Photography/Corinthian Yacht Club

Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia

The Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia is on seven acres in Essington. it’s quite a special location for several reasons. For example, it has views of the Delaware River and the stately Commodore Barry Bridge. Certainly, a waterfront wedding venue is not typical in this area.
In addition, the historic club offers several event spaces. It has a tent by the waterfront. Inside, its event space has floor-to-ceiling windows for a fine dining experience.

bride and groom standing in ivy covered stone ruins courtyard with curtains, flowers and plants in background at old mill, one of the Top Delaware County Wedding Venues

Photo: The Old Mill

The Old Mill

Finally, the Old Mill has gardens, historic ruins and a rustic vibe in one location. In fact, the Delaware County wedding venue is a national historic site.
The Old Mill is on a 12-acre wildlife and bird sanctuary near the grounds of Ridley Creek. Certainly, it is a hidden gem in Rose Valley.
Imagine signature drinks, butlered hors d’oeuvres and conversation. All framed by decorated courtyard ruins.
Inside, the timber pavilion is yet another event space. Then onto a dinner reception in the ballroom. In fact, each building reflects the Arts & Crafts style from the 1870s when the landmark was built.

Photo: Tyler Arboretum

Certainly, it’s easy to see why these were chosen as the best Delaware County wedding venues.