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Wedding venues in Lexington

If wedding bells are in your future, check out these quintessentially Lexington venues.

A couple dancing on the rooftop of the Kentucky Castle in Lexington, KY.

Sunset dances on the rooftop, does it get any more magical? | Photo by @jennastevensphotography

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

Note: Guest counts and rates are based on estimations and various options available on each venue’s website. Please contact the venue directly to inquire about current availability and pricing.

Intimate gatherings

The Loudoun House, 209 Castlewood Dr.

  • Rate: $350 deposit + $250/hr
  • Accommodates 150
  • Key features: This historic Gothic Revival-style building serves as an art gallery featuring numerous rooms, unique pieces of work, and a beautiful courtyard + outdoor space.

The Apiary, 218 Jefferson St.

  • Rate: $5,000+
  • Accommodates 250+
  • Key features: The breathtaking backdrops + superb service at this downtown hidden gem will leave your guests gushing.
A couple in front of a white round barn with a red door.

The red door at the Round Barn is a popular wedding photo op. | Photo by @jackiewhitakerphoto_

The Round Barn, 1200 Red Mile Rd.

  • Rate: $1,000+
  • Accommodates 250+
  • Key features: A wedding in a barn, does it get any more Kentucky than that? This one is unique thanks to its round architecture, three floors, and dramatic chandelier.

Harper Hall, 177 N. Upper

  • Rate: $2,750+
  • Accommodates 250
  • Key features: Two separate floors, open concept, white walls, and big chandeliers with a clean bar set-up.

Multiple options

    A bride and groom outside an old mansion with lots of white flowers.

    The indoor and outdoor access at Spindletop Hall is perfect for the surprise Kentucky weather. | Photo by @madisonreneephotography_

    Spindletop Hall, 3414 Iron Works Pike

    • Rate: $3,000+
    • Accommodates 250+
    • Key features: Choosing this historic mansion gives you the full package and access to the lawn, the library (which makes the perfect dance floor), and Oak Room banquet hall.

    Keeneland, 4201 Versailles Rd.

    • Rate: $20,000+
    • Accommodates 400
    • Key features: Lexington’s historical racetrack is a fan-favorite venue featuring three locations to host weddings of all sizes.
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    21c Museum Hotel. | Photo by Miranda Rose Photography

    Miranda Rose Hancock/Miranda Rose Photography

    21c Lexington, 167 W. Main St.

    • Rate: $2,500+
    • Accommodates 250
    • Key features: In the heart of downtown in an art museum hotel, guests are just an elevator ride away from their room. Choose from two different room options depending on the size of your wedding.

    The Kentucky Castle, 230 Pisgah Pike

    • Rate: $12,000+
    • Accommodates 180
    • Key features: This real-life castle will have you feeling like royalty with venue options like the gilded ballroom, gardens courtyard + rooftop, or the whole space.

    Larger venues

    A bridal party standing in front of a big window.

    City Editor Molly got married at Clerestory and loved the big windows + hydrangeas. | Photo by Able Kind Photography

    Clerestory at Greyline, 101 W. Loudon Ave.

    • Rate: $1,200+
    • Accommodates 200+
    • 6,000 sqft
    • Key features: A customizable blank canvas, with lots of natural light, and a divider to create two rooms. The hydrangea-filled outdoor space is perfect for a backdrop. Bonus: Find them on our list of beautiful bathrooms in Lexington.
    A bride and groom surrounded by flowers and white drapes

    Limestone Hall | Photo by Dave Woodland/Woodland & Ivory

    Limestone Hall, 215 W. Main St.

    • Rate: $3,500+
    • Accommodates 400
    • Key features: Picturesque downtown backdrop + views, multiple rooms for the ceremony, food, and dancing.
    A bride and groom surrounded by lit up trees and guests

    Mane on Main. | Photo by Joy-Monet Photography

    Mane on Main, 201 W. Main St.

    • Rate: $3,500+
    • Accommodates 400
    • 12,500 sqft
    • Key features: Floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic downtown skyline views, walkable to area attractions + hotels, upscale vibe.

    The Carrick House, 312 N. Limestone

    • Rate: $3,200+
    • Accommodates 350
    • Key features: A 19th-century mansion with a 40' flowing water wall feature, elegant ballroom, outdoor space + a rooftop terrace.
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