Denver is just full of gorgeous places, and that comes in especially handy when it’s time to choose a wedding venue. You want a location that fits your personality for your special day, and one of these 10 epic spots to get married in Denver will likely fit the bill. Check them out!
1. Mile High Station
If you want to enjoy your wedding in a historic Denver location, Mile High Station is your spot. The building was completed in 1897 and was used for ironworking. The renovated building still contains much of its original charming features, including exposed brick walls and I-beams. 2027 W. Colfax Avenue.
2. Castle Marne
For an intimate, small wedding, Castle Marne is a good choice. During the off season (November through April), weddings are hosted indoors and can accommodate 25 people. During peak season, the outdoor garden can host 35 people; the front lawns has room for 72 guests. 1572 Race Street.
3. Grant-Humphreys Mansion
This historic mansion is a wonderful place for a romantic wedding. It includes an elegant Bride’s Room, a beautiful ballroom and grand staircase, and gorgeous outdoor seating. 770 Pennsylvania Street.
4. The University Club Of Denver
The University Club of Denver is an exclusive space available only to members or those sponsored by a member. The club will cater your wedding and provide a beautiful setting for your special day. 1673 Sherman Street.
5. Mike Wright Gallery
This hip and gorgeous modern art gallery in the LoDo district is a unique place to host your wedding. This is a legit art gallery...with a wine and liquor license! 1412 Wazee Street.
6. Mercury Cafe
Looking for an unusual and hip locale for your big event? Mercury Cafe will host your wedding and cater it too. The cafe can accommodate up to 100 guests. 2199 California Street.
7. Denver Museum Of Nature and Science
You don’t have to be a science geek to enjoy your wedding in this unique venue. The West Atrium is the perfect spot for a summer ceremony. 2001 Colorado Blvd.
8. Baldoria On The Water
This gorgeous venue is situated right on a lake and offers incredible views. Invite up to 300 guests, and don’t worry about the weather - there’s a retractable awning on the patio in case of rain. 146 Van Gordon Street, Lakewood.
9. Four Mile Historic Park
This historic park in Denver offers a wedding venue like no other. Reserve Grant Hall indoors, or one of two locations (The Grove and The Meadow) for an outdoor ceremony. 715 S. Forest Street.
10. The Brown Palace Hotel
If luxury is what you want, the Brown Palace Hotel is perfect. The renovated building was built in 1892 and it’s kept most of its historical charm. The staff will cater to your every whim to make your wedding truly special. 17th Street and Tremont Place.