The Curtis Atrium
The Curtis Atrium is a historic wedding venue located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This historic building was once home to the Curtis Publishing House which is most well recognized for creating the Ladies Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post. The building itself features breathtaking architectural elements such as palatial alabaster columns and soaring ceilings. Additionally, the Curtis Atrium features a terraced waterfall and a 49-foot stained glass mosaic which was designed by Louis C. Tiffany and Maxfield Parrish. These architectural elements make this venue a unique space to celebrate your special day.
Facilities and Capacity
The Atrium offers a fantastic location to tie the knot and dance the night away with your family and friends. Our newest Mezzanine Suite is perfect for a private Cocktail Hour with a gorgeous balcony located right off of it which offers amazing views of the Atrium. The Grand Staircase allows for a glamorous entrance into the Atrium!
Constellation is the exclusive caterer at the Curtis Atrium. Although this is our newest venue, Constellation is not new to catering and events! We curate carefully crafted menus to deliver a unique dining experience that will leave your guests talking long after their dessert course. Constellation will provide extraordinary dishes made from only the highest quality ingredients. The catering at the Curtis Atrium can be adapted to fit your specific needs and vision.
The Curtis Atrium offers an all encompassing experience in an immaculate historic building in downtown Philadelphia. Along with the architectural design and culinary experience comes a dedicated and professional staff who are committed to helping you create the wedding of your dreams and a one of a kind sensory experience.
Contact us today for more information or to schedule a site tour!
Venue Rental Fees vary based on the time of year and the day of the week.