June 1, 2023
If you are looking for alternative and unique wedding venues in Toronto, here are a couple of spots to consider! If what you’re looking for isn’t below, I highly recommend you take a look at my other lists including 15 Restaurant Wedding Venues in Toronto and Top 14 Toronto Rooftop Wedding Venues. Happy planning! PS. The photos below are not mine. If you would like to see my wedding photos, visit my portfolio.
Capacity: 500+ guests.
Start your happily ever after with a breathtaking view of Toronto as your backdrop. With all-inclusive packages fit for any budget and style, we will help bring your vision to life. Come aboard and tie the knot with City Cruises.
Capacity: 300 guests.
The Eglinton Grand, formerly The Eglinton Grand Theatre, is a historic landmark that has been restored to its original 1936 grandeur! Recapture the elegant design and sophistication of this majestic facility.
Capacity: 982 guests.
The history of the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre is a long and fascinating one, spanning over 100 years. It not only chronicles the magnificent design, architectural and entertainment highlights of an era, it also reflects the evolution and growth of our heritage and culture.
Capacity: 150 guests.
Married couples fondly recall being married at the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Museum, which is a beautifully restored Victorian Schoolhouse built in 1848. Many couples hold the ceremony in the Schoolroom, have a bar in the Salon and the reception in the West Hall complete with baby grand piano.
Capacity: 600 guests.
Distillery Event’s flagship venue, The Fermenting Cellar, our largest and most impressive space, offers a unique blank canvas that can be transformed into the dramatic backdrop for hundreds of event configurations.
Capacity: 200-250 guests.
The Madison Greenhouse is distinctive and unconventional from your traditional banquet hall. Your guests will enjoy the tranquil indoor waterfall, panoramic view of indoor trees and flowers bursting with color and opulence.
Capacity: 500-750 guests.
The Royal Ontario Museum can turn your dreams into reality and offer multiple distinctive spaces and unique services for your wedding.
Capacity: 30-250 guests.
Steam Whistle features a 40ft bar, surround sound system and rotating art exhibitions. When booked with Pilsner Hall, it makes for an ideal cocktail reception area before dinner.
Capacity: 500-750 guests.
From large-scale catered events to small do-it-yourself gatherings, Toronto Public Library has the ideal space for your needs. We offer a wide variety of affordable, accessible and customizable spaces that are available for rent.
Capacity: 330 seated, 650 standing.
The Berkeley Church stands out among Toronto event spaces with its amazing fusion of hip and history. The main-floor grand ballroom features a stage, a Victorian bar, room for hundreds, and an affluence of atmosphere. The amazing upper mezzanine (like a wrap-around loft), increases capacity and wonderment. The lower level offers more space and more surprises.
I hope you enjoyed browsing this list of unique wedding venues in Toronto! If you’re still in search of a wedding photographer and would like to learn more about what it’s like to work with me, please visit my Wedding Experience Page.
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