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Wedding venues in Nashville

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

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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 in Nashville.

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

Larger venues

The Bell Tower, 400 4th Ave. S.

  • Rate: $3,500+
  • Accommodates 400 seated, 700 standing
  • Key features: In-house event planning and design services, exposed beams, ample natural light, upper-level mezzanine, and convenient downtown location

The Bridge Building, 2 Victory Ave. #100

  • Rate: $3,500+
  • Accommodates up to 1,200 people
  • Key features: Event planning and design, in-house catering and on-site kitchen, rooftop and riverfront patios, and floor-to-ceiling windows

Riverwood Mansion, 1833 Welcome Ln.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates up to 300 people
  • Key features: A historic venue that has hosted seven US presidents and features a 4,200-sqft heated pavilion, magnolias, marble fireplaces, and multiple chandeliers.

The Union Station, 1001 Broadway

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 200 to 500 guests dependent on the venue you choose
  • Key features: 65-ft stained-glass ceiling, bas-relief angels, and gold leaf medallions in the Grand Lobby and a covered outdoor terrace space

The Bedford Nashville, 4319 Sidco Dr.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates up to 575 people
  • Key features: Three interior levels, private pavilion, and rustic brick walls and arches

City Winery Nashville, 609 Lafayette St.

  • Rate: $165-$200/person
  • Accommodates 300 seated, 500 standing (main venue)
  • Key features: Full service space featuring curated culinary creations, in-house wine, and event staff

The Parthenon, 2500 West End Ave.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 225 seated, 500 standing
  • Key features: Private reservations include exclusive access to the art galleries, Naos (42-ft golden statue of Athena), and Treasury (casts of the original Parthenon).

The Loveless Barn, 8400 Hwy. 100

  • Rate: $4,000+
  • Accommodates 250 ceremony, 500 standing
  • Key features: Chic and rustic ambiance with modern amenities, free parking, on-site catering, in-house staging equipment for rent, and extras (think: corn hole and face-in-the-hole photo ops)
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Pictured: Cedarwood Weddings | Photo by @tealephotography + @cedarwoodweddings

Multiple options

Cedarwood Weddings, 3831 Whites Creek Pk.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates up to 200 people
  • Key features: 50-acre, all-inclusive estate featuring an in-house planning and design team, Mooncake Lake and nature preserve, and the Yarbrough House.

Clementine Hall, 4710 Charlotte Ave.

  • Rate: $8,800+
  • Accommodates 300 seated, 450 standing
  • Key features: The property doesn’t offer add-ons, so for one price you’re getting two indoor spaces, a courtyard, and audio and lighting systems.

The Cordelle, 45 Lindsley Ave.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 175-350 seated, 400 total capacity
  • Key features: Full access to the entire property including the garden, great hall, and Victorian homeland lofted bridal suite

Ruby, 2411 Blakemore Ave.

  • Rate: $4,500+
  • Accommodates 110 seated, 200 standing
  • Key features: Located within Dragon Park, comprised of one indoor and two outdoor spaces, and everything is included in one price — meaning no add-ons
A bride walks down an aisle with clear, unoccupied chairs on either side and a large floral installation hanging from the ceiling.

Clementine Hall is a sister venue to Ruby.

Intimate gatherings

Rhinestone Wedding Chapel, 1829 Old Murfreesboro Pk.

  • Rate: $799+
  • Accommodates 25-40 people
  • Key features: Offers 15-minute elopements, traditional ceremonies, and Elvis-themed weddings

Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, 1200 Forrest Park Dr.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 35-400 people dependent on venue
  • Key features: 12 different on-site venues to choose from and access to the estate grounds for photography

Juniper Green, 5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pk.

  • Rate: $1,500+
  • Accommodates 70 seated, 100 standing (Wade Hall)
  • Key features: Open-air pavilion, renovated historic brick schoolhouse, farm-to-table food, 12-hour exclusive use of grounds

Noelle, 200 4th Ave. N.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates up to 140 people
  • Key features: The Saidee Gallery, conveniently located within the hotel, is a 1,440-sqft ballroom with white oak flooring, floor-to-ceiling arched windows, and plenty of natural light.
An aerial view of a cross decorated in florals with chandeliers above it and chairs on either side.

The Bell Tower offers you walking-distance access to everything downtown has to offer.

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Mid-size spaces

14TENN, 1410 51st Ave. N.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 275 seated and more for a cocktail-style reception with limited seating
  • Key features: Vaulted ceilings, exposed framing, large garage doors open up to a covered patio, 24-hour rentals

Foundry Events, 1419 Clinton St.

  • Rate: $2,350+
  • Accommodates 110 seated, 200 standing
  • Key features: 12-hour exclusive use of the venue, on-site facility manager and sound technician included, no alcohol policy, and proceeds benefit Harvest Sound International

Wilburn Street Studio, 307 B Wilburn St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 200 seated, 300 standing
  • Key features: Indoor/outdoor space with original walls, mobile bar, and site manager and cleaning fee included in rental

Woodland Hollow at Annie Acres, 4678 Eatons Creek Rd.

  • Rate: $6,500+
  • Accommodates up to 250 people
  • Key features: Day-of coordinator and parking shuttle services for a rustic barn wedding

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