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Wedding venues in Richmond

Choose from a variety of spaces, from intimate gardens to sweeping ballrooms, for your special day.


The Shed is an expansive venue that’s two football fields long.

Photo by Meghan McSweeney Photo courtesy Main Street Station

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Whether you’re getting a jump start on your holiday party planning or preparing for an upcoming wedding reception or family reunion, check out this list of rentable venues in Richmond.

Note: Unless otherwise noted, guest counts and rates are based on estimations and various options available on each venue’s website. Please contact venue owners to inquire about current availability and current pricing.


A rooftop with a pool and downtown views can be found at Common House.

Intimate gatherings

Linden Row Inn, 100 E. Franklin St.

  • Rate: $1,500-6,000+
  • Accommodates up to 125 guests
  • Host your ceremony, reception, or the whole wedding weekend at this 70-room boutique historic hotel downtown.

Common House Richmond, 303 W. Broad St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates 50-160 guests
  • Host your event in the Union Hall or courtyard of this Arts District social club. Amenities included in-house catering, custom menus, and guidance from a sommelier.

The Poe Museum, 1914 E. Main St.

  • Rate: $1,000-$2,350
  • Accommodates up to 74 guests
  • The garden of this literary museum is ideal for intimate events.

The Boathouse at Sunday Park, 4602 Millridge Pkwy.

  • Rate: $14,000-17,000
  • Accommodates up to 180 seated or 225 standing
  • An inclusive wedding package includes the services of a professional event coordinator, complimentary cake cutting service, tables, chairs, linens, and more to take the stress away for the day.

The Virginia Cliffe Inn, 2900 Mountain Rd.

  • Rate: $3,600+
  • Accommodates 225 guests
  • This indoor-outdoor space with a cottage, pavilion, tent, lawn, and pond can be tailored to individual needs. There are also elopement packages available.

The gardens at the Virginia House.

Virginia House, 4301 Sulgrave Rd.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 120 indoors, 250 outdoors
  • This popular English Tudor manor house was relocated to Richmond in 1925 and provides a historic backdrop with modern amenities.

Copper Hall, 1129 Hull St.

  • Rate: $1,800-2,200
  • Accommodates up to 120 standing
  • Venue packages include set up, breakdown, audio, custom floor plans, and a venue coordinator.

The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design, 2501 Monument Ave.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 120 seated
  • Opt for an indoor affair in the Great Hall and Long Gallery or take to the more spacious walled garden.

Hanover Tavern, 13181 Hanover Courthouse Rd.

  • Rate: $4,000+
  • Accommodates up to 150 seated
  • Ceremony accommodations include a dressing room, chairs, and a cocktail hour; receptions include tables, chairs, linens, china, audio-visual equipment, and more.

Pocahontas State Park, 10301 State Park Rd.

  • Rate: $750-1,700
  • Accommodates up to 150 guests
  • Say your vows and celebrate in a rustic forest setting with multiple climate-controlled options.

Bartizan, 4035 Whittall Way

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 250 guests
  • The ideal spot for foodies, this Short Pump restaurant functions as a turn-key venue with experienced event managers, private access, and complimentary parking.

The Grand Ballroom at the Jefferson Hotel is an iconic Richmond venue.

Photo courtesy The Jefferson Hotel

Larger venues

The Jefferson Hotel, 101 W. Franklin St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 400 guests in the Grand Ballroom
  • This iconic Richmond venue hosts luxury events in the Grand Ballroom, Empire Ballroom, and Flemish Room.

The John Marshall Ballrooms, 101 N. 5th St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 360 seated, 650 limited seating
  • Choose from two ballrooms to suit your event size and enjoy a ceremony and reception with specialized catering, a dance floor, and a historic setting.

Enjoy a first dance at John Marshall Ballrooms.

Main Street Station, 1500 E. Main St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates 200 seated (Headhouse) or 1,000+ (Shed)
  • The quintessential Richmond building hosts events in the French Renaissance-style Headhouse and the expansive steel and glass Shed with picturesque views of the city.

Altria Theater, 6 N. Laurel St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 800 seated, 1,400 standing
  • The Grand Ballroom can be customized to suit any theme with sweeping columns and a unique history.

The Renaissance, 107 W. Broad St.

  • Rate: $125-150 per guest — request information
  • Accommodates up to 450 guests
  • This historic building — once known as the Masonic Temple — offers crystal chandeliers, a stage, an on-site planner, and full-service food and beverages.

Dover Hall, 1500 Manakin Rd.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 400 guests seated
  • This English Tudor-inspired 38,000-sqft venue features getting ready suites, an in-house menu, and plenty of indoor and outdoor areas to choose from for your ceremony and reception.

The Science Museum has several memorable spots for your special day.

Multiple options

Maymont, 1700 Hampton St.

  • Rates | Historic Estate: $3,500-6,100 | 1000 Westover: $4,000-5,700 | Micro-Weddings: request information
  • Accommodates up to 250, depending on site selection
  • Whether you want to reserve space for a self-orchestrated ceremony or customize your 200 person ceremony and reception, Maymont has multiple options to tailor your special day.

Tredegar Iron Works, 490 Tredegar St.

  • Rates | Saunders Lobby: $1,400 | Foundry: Request information
  • Accommodates 150 in lobby, 500+ at Foundry
  • Host a smaller affair in the lobby with the option to keep the American Civil War Museum open, or bring a larger party to The Foundry. Either way, you’re right on the James in the heart of Richmond.

Quirk Hotel, 201 W. Broad St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 120 guests depending on space
  • This trendy hotel can host events in the Mezzanine, Gray Owl, courtyard, and Q Rooftop.

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 200 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 300 seated, 1,000 standing depending on space
  • The atrium, restaurants, Marble Hall, and Pauley Center are all options for hosting your wedding at the VMFA. The museum’ can also provide full-service catering and a Special Events Coordinator.

Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 W. Broad St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 250 seated
  • Choose from the Rotunda, Dewey Gottwald Center, Garner Pavilion, and Thalhimer Pavilion for your special day.

The Hippodrome Theater, 526-528 N. 2nd St.

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 550 standing, depending on space
  • Take your celebration to the historic entertainment venue or opt for a smaller scale, more formal gathering at The Speakeasy Grill next door.

Historic Mankin Mansion, 4300 Oakleys Ln.

  • Rate: $16,000-20,000
  • Accommodates up to 200 guests
  • The Mankin Timeless Package includes everything that goes into the preparation, ceremony, social hour, and reception. Indoor and outdoor options range from an Italian Garden ceremony to the European Gallery, grand pavilion, Rockefeller Room, Game Room, and Summer Parlour.

Atlas 42, 4032 Cox Rd. Ste. A

  • Rate: Request information
  • Accommodates up to 250 guests depending on selected space
  • Whether you’re looking to host an intimate ceremony or a larger party in the courtyard, this event venue offers flexibility, free parking, and one-on-one event consulting.

What did we miss? If you know a venue that’s not on the list, let us know.

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