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Host Your Dream Winter Wedding in one of the many Landmark Venues
Winter Wedding Venues In New Jersey & Pennsylvania
Winter isn’t just a season, it’s a celebration! Here at Landmark Hospitality, we embrace the winter season and pride ourselves on decking the halls with custom-made decor, fireplaces ablaze, and seasonal enhancements.
Find Your Style Winter Wedding
Built in the late 1920’s, this bank was considered the “Hollywood of the East” and represented opulence and wealth. This repurposed and historic bank building is filled with brass, gold, and marble detailing. Banq on Parq is a multi-level event space, that is set on the cornerstone of this urban downtown area.
The Elstowe Manor at Elkins Estate is decorated with Gilded Age interiors and neoclassical architecture. Located on the rolling 42-acre property of the estate, located outside of Philadelphia, PA, this historic manor has beauty throughout every detail of the space.
The Treasury at Felina This neoclassical bank space features marble columns, soaring windows, towering ceilings, and a wraparound mezzanine for cocktail hour. Elements of brass, marble, the iconic Bank Vault Door and the floating chandelier sculpture combine to impress and delight the senses, promising celebrations never to be forgotten.
Contemporary with clean lines and a focus on our unsurpassed panoramic views. Situated at the end of Port Liberté in Jersey City, NJ, this structure is an arm’s length away from the Hudson River and boasts a panoramic view of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Verrazano Bridges and of course the NYC Skyline.
Boasting unsurpassed views of the New York City skyline, Ellis Island, Lady Liberty, and Liberty Landing Marina. Liberty House, located inside historic Liberty State Park, offers two distinctly unique event spaces complete with private entrances, separate cocktail rooms, ceremony spaces, lush gardens, and outdoor patio spaces.
Logan Inn features modern-day luxury in every single facet of the wedding venue. Opulent design balanced with a warm atmosphere and delicious food results in events that exude style and authenticity. Logan Inn’s unique features, such as reclaimed wood ceilings with twinkling-light chandelier, eight-foot confetti art on the fused glass windows, and the dramatic stone flooring coupled with a cocktail space and whiskey lounge, create a beautiful wedding aesthetic and thoughtful experience.
Recently renovated, the Boathouse at Mercer Lake boasts soaring ceilings, mimicking the curved hull of a sailboat, floor to ceiling windows, allowing for plenty of natural light and a prominent terrace overlooking the lake. Design elements include, modern light fixtures, artistic tile, exposed timber columns and original beams. The exterior of the building is tastefully adorned in stone and features a gazebo along with covered areas creating a perfect backdrop for ceremony and cocktail hour.
Our refurbished 200-year-old barn is nothing short of magnificent for your special day.
Set amidst 10 sprawling acres of lush gardens and tucked beneath the towering oak trees is the idyllic 330-year-old historical estate, The Farmhouse – A wedding and event venue, where timeless elegance is only outmatched by warm and inviting service.
Romantic and luxurious, equestrian yet refined. The Ryland Inn is a former country home and stagecoach stop. Today, it is a redesigned space that boasts exposed wood beams, elegant chandeliers, and exceptional cuisine.
This mid-century modern, yet industrial space is fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, wrought-iron chandeliers, and a stone fireplace standing 20 feet tall. Paired with a multi-level cocktail space offers the look and feel of an art gallery, while incorporating brick walls, slate and wood floors, and an angled ceiling.
The long-anticipated revival of the quintessential west-side Jersey City haunt has commenced. Casino in the Park, the hospitality core of Lincoln Park, has been an entertainment hub since its inception in 1950, playing host to celebrity and political dignitaries including Frank Sinatra and former President Bill Clinton.
Originally opened in 1894, this historical treasure is in the heart of the diverse and vibrant downtown South Orange. The architectural design celebrates and highlights different aspects of the original building. The new design focuses on incorporating a hospitable warmth while introducing contemporary comfort, mixing old and new expertly.