Indoor Wedding Venues – The Most Unique in Every State

Although sometimes overlooked, there are plenty of unique indoor wedding venues that offer what an outdoor wedding cannot. For one, there is no threat of snow, overheating, or rain in the comfort of an insulated building. Furthermore, indoor spaces create an exclusive look for a wedding since there is different architecture to complement the colors and theme of the wedding.

Take, for instance, a renovated warehouse. This fairly new trend converts old, seemingly shabby spaces into glowing venues. When the timeless look of these places blends with the elegance of a wedding, it is pure harmony. Big blue skies are pretty, but have you ever seen the view from the bottom of a 5 story, historic library? Or the charm of a rustic, white-washed brick wall with hanging lights? We didn’t think so.

Bottom line? Indoor wedding venues are the way to go. Let’s dive in!

Unique Venue, Unique Views

Alabama: The Clubhouse on Highland

Alaska: Alyeska Resort

Arizona: SoHo63

Arkansas: 21c Museum Hotel

California: The GlassHouse San Jose (pictured on the right)

Colorado: Della Terra Mountain Chateau

Connecticut: The Lace Factory

Delaware: The Carriage House at Rockwood Park

Florida: Pavillion Grille

Georgia: The Historic Dekalb Courthouse (pictured on the right)

Hawaii: He’eia State Park

Idaho: Chateau des Fleurs

Illinois: The Nagel Emporium at Abbey Farms

Indiana: INDUSTRY

Iowa: Whirlpool Acres LLC 

Kansas: Brick + Mortar

Kentucky: Galt House Hotel

Louisiana: The Cannery

Maine: Brick South (pictured on the right)

Maryland: George Peabody Library (pictured on the right) 

Massachusetts: Primavera

Michigan: Journeyman Distillery

Minnesota: Landmark Center

Mississippi: The Ice House

Missouri: The Bride & The Bauer

Montana: Billings Depot

Nebraska: The Living Room

Nevada: Whitney Peak Hotel

New Hampshire: Currier Museum of Art

New Jersey: Nanina’s in the Park. (pictured on the right)

New Mexico: Hacienda Dona Andrea de Sante Fe 

New York: Bourne Mansion

North Carolina: Castle McCulloch (pictured on the right)

North Dakota: Plains Art Museum

Ohio: Red Space

Oklahoma: Whitewater Center

Oregon: The Atrium at Montgomery Park

Pennsylvania: The Crystal Tea Room

Rhode Island: Kinney Bungalow

South Carolina: The Vendue

South Dakota: The District

Tennessee: White Dove Barn (pictured on the right)

Texas: The Adolphus Hotel Dallas

Utah: La Caille

Vermont: The Atrium at the Essex

Virginia: Woodlands at Algonkian

Washington: The McGinnity Room (pictured on the right)

West Virginia: Dover Hall

Wisconsin: Overture Center for the Arts

Wyoming: The Nicolaysen Art Museum

The McGinnity Room in Washington State

We know it can be tough to find the right spot, with the right look. But hopefully, this list helped you find the most unique indoor wedding venue in your state. If not, there are plenty of other indoor wedding venues that barely missed the cut!

If you are a blushing bride or wedding planner in Washington State, check out The McGinnity Room for your magical day. When it comes to indoor wedding venues, The McGinnity Room can accommodate up to 200 guests – for the ceremony and reception! Not to mention, this rustic venue located in the heart of Spokane, Washington also has a luxury bridal suite, catering options, an outside porch, and a full bar. Contact us today to hear more and take a tour!

Photo Credit – Featured Image: Nick Brimmer at The McGinnity Room // The GlassHouse San Jose: Venues San Jose// Brick South: Kim Chapman // George Peabody Library: Peabody Events // The Historic Dekalb Courthouse: The Dekalb History Center // Nanina’s in the Park: Varuna Jithesh // Castle McCulloch: Castle McCulloch // The White Dove Barn: Wedding Wire // The McGinnity Room: Jennifer DeBarros Photography