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Wedding venues around Winston-Salem

Check out this list 10 local spots to host your special event.

WStoday: Couple standing in front of gazebo at The Graylyn Estate

Couples can opt to have a wedding coordinator and staff at The Graylyn Estate to provide unique touches on their special day.

Photo by Chelsea Renay via The Graylyn Estate

Wedding season is upon us. With the sun shining, flowers blooming, and a perfect Winston-Salem backdrop, it’s easier than ever for couples to say their “I do’s.” 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 around Winston-Salem.

Note: Prices are subject to change. Please contact venue owners to inquire about current availability and current pricing.

Intimate gatherings

The Little Chapel at Haven Ridge, Winston-Salem

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates 125 guests
  • 56.5 acres
  • Key features: The family-run sanctuary features a 16th century-inspired stone chapel perfect for elopements and intimate celebrations. Couples can enjoy the sprawling meadows in a secluded part of the city. The address is only shared with potential patrons.
WStoday: Rober Hall wedding space set up with nuptial flowers at the bottom of white chairs facing a mural of Winston-Salem backdrop.

The open concept design of the outside oasis at Robert Hall is the perfect setup for couples to say say their “I do’s.”

Photo by Christian Reyes Photography via @roberthallwsnc

Robert Hall, 874 N. Liberty St., Winston-Salem

  • Rate: $5,000-$7,250 (depending on wedding size)
  • Accommodates 125 guests
  • 2,500 sqft
  • Key features: Located in Industry Hill, this venue is for couples looking for an industrial look blended with modern art deco designs. Each of the spaces available, including Capone’s Bar, The Vault, and The Garden feature unique styles guaranteed to wow your guests.

Buck Shoals Cabins, 2228 Buck Shoals Rd., Hamptonville

  • Rate: $3,500-$5,500
  • Accommodates up to 220 guests
  • 40 acres
  • Key features: Tucked away in the foothills of Yadkin County (~40 minutes from downtown Winston-Salem), this venue is perfect for couples who love the countryside. The amphitheater is nestled along a creek with a large waterfall in a serene and relaxing atmosphere.

The Crest, 102 Cherry St., Winston-Salem

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates up to 150 guests
  • 7,500 sqft
  • Key features: The historic landmark that overlooks the Green Street Pedestrian Bridge was named after a prominent businessman in the Twin City. Couples also have access to the The Carriage House and outdoor spaces as they celebrate their big day in the downtown area.
A man in a black jacket and bow tie next to a woman in a white wedding dress standing in front of a bookshelf full of books.

You can “book” the venue online.

Photo by Morgan Long, shoot via Katharine Mann Events (dress from Bellissima + hair and makeup by The Beauty tribe)

The Kimpton Cardinal Hotel, 51 4th St. E., Winston-Salem

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates up to 217 guests
  • 6,375 sqft
  • Key features: This is where Southern charm meets luxury and elegance. Guests and parties can take in the skyline views of downtown Winston-Salem from the 20th floor.

Multiple options

The Barn at Reynolda Village, 106 Reynolda Village, Winston-Salem

  • Rate: $4,000+
  • Accommodates 125 guests
  • 1,067 acres
  • Key features: Experience the historic charm of the Historic Reynolda District with access to the formal gardens and museum. The barn features a crisp white interior with multiple spaces inside available for rental.

Millennium Center, 101 W. 5th St.

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates between 200 to 350 guests
  • 72,000 sqft
  • Key features: This former government building offers three luxurious floor levels for couples to choose from with all-inclusive planning. Multiple celebrities have made an appearance at this downtown venue including George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, and Maya Angelou.

Graylyn Estate, 1900 Reynolda Rd.

  • Rate: $3,000+
  • Accommodates 150 guests
  • 55 acres
  • Key features: From the charming English rose garden to the breathtaking Manor House, this venue is perfect for couples looking for a fairytale celebration, as it was named among Historic Hotels of America’s Top 25 Most Romantic Hotels.

Larger venues

Legacy Stables & Events, 4151 Thomasville Rd., Winston-Salem

  • Rate: $3,900-$6,800
  • Accommodates 50 to 1,000 guests
  • 30 acres
  • Key features: Located just 10 minutes outside of downtown Winston-Salem, the venue offers a rural farm atmosphere with easy access to the city for those accommodating hundreds of guests. The family estate offers multiple spaces and set-ups to choose from, including a state-of-the-art horseback riding training facility.

WinMock at Kinderton, 168 E. Kinderton Way, Bermuda Run

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates up to 250 guests
  • 24,000 sqft.
  • Key features: What once was a dairy farm in 1920 turned into a wedding venue. Now the property captures the southern charm of NC with hints of Gothic arches and farm-like features for those countryside lovers.

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