Greensboro is centrally located in the heartland of North Carolina. Surrounding rural landscapes feature open grass fields, scenic forests, and beautiful wetlands. Home to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, the city is regarded for its dedication to American history. A host of downtown restaurants, hotels, renovated entertainment spaces, and public gardens have increased the city’s walkability in recent years. Whether the bride and groom prefer to wed in the countryside or in the city, there truly is the perfect location for every couple. Ready-or-Knot, these are the 25 best wedding venues in Greensboro.
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The hotel offers a variety of wedding venues to choose from. The grand ballroom is elegantly designed with arched picture windows, crème walls, polished wood trimmings, and views of the courtyard garden. Domed crystal chandeliers and gold fixtures add a touch of glamour. Chiavari seating accommodates up to 150 guests, although the ballroom can accommodate up to 175 strolling. The pavilion room is enclosed in floor-to-ceiling windows. Bright light, flowering trees, and vines flood the space with beauty. Delicate chandeliers descend from lofted ceilings. Up to 50 guests may be seated for dinner. Packages include private readying suites, tray passed hors d’oeuvres, Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, and artisanal wines. A wedding specialist assists couples in every step of planning.
624 Green Valley Road Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-478-9111
2.Cadillac Service Garage
The design of this venue inspires a speakeasy feel. Urban brick, rustic wood beams, steel, and polished concrete structure the space. Factory windows flood the room with light, while two-story ceilings allow space for a large mezzanine. A cable wire staircase descends onto the main level. The abundance of vertical space offers couples a lot of room to explore floating gardens and fantastical light installations. Wedding goers will love all of the inviting places to gather. A fireplace glows warmly in the bar and lounge area, while a terrace captures romantic views of the city. Every detail of the space is exceptional, from architecture down to fixtures. Couples must contact the venue for capacity limits and vendor policies.
304 East Market Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-416-3153
Nestled in the woods, this medieval castle plays every bit the part with its stone exterior and cylindrical towers. Mystical pools of water create a moat around the castle. Stone drawbridges connect the castle to land; a romantic setting for photos of the couple. The interior design features rustic wood, smooth columns, Renaissance era drapery, and period fixtures. Massive glass walls draw in ethereal views of the green forest beyond. The banquet halls and ballroom seat between 56-300 guests for dinner, depending on the space. Capacity is almost double for ceremonies and strolling receptions. The bride and groom enjoy private suites day-of. Event planning services and a list of preferred caterers is supplied. Free parking is provided.
3925 Kivett Drive, Jamestown, NC, Phone: 336-887-5413
4.Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast
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The colonial era architecture of the inn features a two-story portico held up by towering columns, and a small front entrance balcony. A wrap-around porch and multi-level deck extend off of the building. Inside, a split staircase, intimate parlors, and a total of eight fireplaces adorn the home. A large pair of handsomely crafted double doors provides an excellent setting for photos of the bride. There are six bedrooms to use as readying suites, or for overnight stays. Couples wed in the garden with a cobblestone path, beneath a forest green pergola. A stage and tent pavilion provide options for an outdoor reception. There are two catering kitchens; one inside and one outside. Free parking is provided.
204 North Mendenhall Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-763-9821
5.Dynacon Event Center
Spacious and elegant, this event center offers four entertainment rooms from which to choose, seating between 50 guests and 300 guests. The design feel is contemporary, featuring hardwood floors, ivory walls, and crown moldings. In the main ballroom, a lofted, black-out ceiling provides a long stretch of vertical space for dramatic wedding design options. Crystal chandeliers sparkle overhead. A stage, professional grade audio visual system, and a projector screen are available for use. Within the more intimately rooms, neutral carpeting and comfortable furniture create a homey feel. Couples may choose to host both the ceremony and reception onsite. Catering and wedding vendor policies are available.
2100 East Wendover Avenue, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-458-8422
6.Greensboro Marriott Downtown
Located downtown, the Marriot offers fifteen event room options, seating between 30-550 guests for reception dinner. An elegant, contemporary design feel defines each entertainment space. The Southern Crescent ballroom is the largest of the hotel’s venues, which features tasteful carpeting, neutral walls, recessed ceilings, and robust chandeliers. Inspiring menu options and generous bar packages give couples the ability to customize their wedding to taste and budget. Décor design and photography services provide a few package “extras”. A certified event planner assists the bride and groom with every step of planning, ensuring a flawless day. Group rates and blocked out rooms make it easy for family and friends to connect and coordinate. Free parking adds to convenience.
304 North Greene Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-379-8000
7.Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport
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The Marriott at high point boasts seventeen entertainment spaces to choose from, seating between 30 guests and 500 guests. Couples may choose to wed in the famed Sauna Gardens, which span 2,000 square feet of impeccably landscaped grandeur. A terrace, surrounded by thick tree cover, features a lifted pergola and an oversized deck. The deck may be tented; a great location to host a cocktail hour. The grand ballroom features plush carpeting, neutral walls, and recessed ceilings. Rotund chandeliers glow magnificently overhead. Certified wedding planners ensure every wedding-day detail is executed to perfection. Couples are given an array of catering and bar packages to choose from. Free parking and hotel group rates provide extra perks.
One Marriott Drive, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-665-6561
8.Heritage Hill Banquets
A 1700s log cabin, this quaint wedding locale sits upon acres of wide open land, as far as the eye can see. Grass fields and surrounding woods give the log cabin and wedding pergola a Hansel and Gretel type of feel. The interior has exposed wall logs and plank hardwood flooring, giving it a rustic look. A fireplace glows warmly in a cozy nook. Suring the summer, a 35-foot length of deck and a gazebo provide additional entertainment spaces. Capacity is 160 guests seated indoors, or 200 guests if overflow is accommodated on the deck. Couples may rent chairs, linens, centerpieces, lanterns, and the like. Couples must hire a private caterer.
5435 North Church Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-282-7331
Located on the 4th floor of the renowned S.H. Kress building, this rooftop venue boasts unrivaled views of the sparkling city below. The terrace itself is rustic, with white-washed brick and natural stone walls. Towards the rear, a small, wood-roofed bar serves libations. Inside, the design feel is modern. A lovely, pearl-grey hue adorns the walls. Reverse tray ceilings display gold and crystal leaf chandeliers. Couples may choose to wed on the rooftop and dine in the banquet hall. Seating accommodates 200 guests inside, and 300 guests if terrace seating is utilized. The bride and groom each enjoy use of a private readying suite. Bar packages and a preferred list of caterers is supplied. Free parking is provided.
212 S Elm Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-886-4900
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10.Meridian Convention Center
The convention center is the third largest facility in the Triad, boasting five ballrooms to choose from. The grand ballroom is the most elegant of the spaces, featuring hardwood floors, ivory walls, and candle chandeliers. Fourteen-foot ceilings offer couples room to play with dramatic décor options. The ballroom has large stage and professional lighting system. Between 350 and 615 guests may be seated for dinner. The more intimately sized spaces seat between 30-350 guests. The design feel varies from room to room, some more elegant than others. A dressing room and prep kitchen are available for use. Couples may rent seating, linens, and décor. The venue has an open vendor policy, and also offers event planning services. Free parking is provided.
312 West Meadowview Road, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-218-6470
11.NOAH'S Event Venue
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A company known for seamless wedding production, Noah’s offers a customizable menu of tailored amenities and services. The Greensboro location is nestled in among picturesque forest scenery and a nearby lake. Gleaming hardwoods, floor-to-ceiling French windows, and metallic moldings create a crisp design feel. A polished foyer features marble floors and massive wood beams. Each space is versatile enough to host a ceremony or reception dinner. Chiavari seating, linens, and lighting are included. A menu of bold ceremony backdrops, crystal chandeliers, ceiling drapery, specialty décor, and centerpieces is supplied. The bride and groom may choose their caterer of choice. In-house bar service is provided. Private suites and a prep kitchen are available for use.
4130 Mendenhall Oaks Parkway, High Point, NC, Phone: 336-686-9369
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The jaw dropping, ultra-modern hotel lobby encompasses the building’s interior design feel. Matte black steel, golden wood beams, and pearl-grey pigment create a masculine edge. Two spiral staircases spill onto the marble floor. Soaring windows rise two stories overhead; a magnificent location for ceremony. The largest ballroom features floor-to-ceiling windows and views of Bluebell Garden. Linen drum chandeliers descend from 12-foot high ceilings. The space is airy and chic, seating up to 156 guests for dinner. A wedding specialist assists couples in customizing a package to taste. Tray passed hors d’oeuvres, a coursed French-European menu, an exquisite wine selection, and fresh florals are just a few of the amenities offered. Private suites are available to the bride and groom.
704 Green Valley Road, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-478-9111
13.River Twist Homestead
The homestead is nestled in among ten acres of thick forest, tall grasses, and fragrant flowers in bloom. Couples who share an appreciation for the great outdoors will love exchanging vows countryside, beneath the venue’s arbor. Reception dinners may be hosted on the manicured lawn in a tent pavilion or al fresco, with garden lights twinkling overhead. The house itself has a renovated, rustic design. White plank walls, hardwood floors, and two unique fireplaces structure the interior. Contemporary furniture and fixtures add a modern touch. The home sleeps between 8-10 guests, and there are a few hotels nearby. The bride and groom may choose their caterer and vendors of choice. A full kitchen is available. Alcohol service is permitted.
5334 River Road, Jamestown, NC, Phone: 336-706-4001
14.Royal Banquet Hall
Hidden within a retail complex, this 5,000 square foot event venue offers couples a budget friendly wedding locale. The interior space has white laminate flooring, ivory walls, columns, and egg-shaped chandeliers. Blacked-out ceilings house a professional lighting and sound system, operated by the venue’s own technicians. A large built-in stage fronts the room, ready to entertain. The rental includes tables and seating for up to 350 guests. Linens, flowers, décor, and DJ services are provided for an extra fee. A projector screen is also available for use. The venue has an open caterer policy, but strongly encourages use of a preferred bar service.
3821-2A Gate City Boulevard, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-285-5587
15.Sedgefield Country Club
The Tudor style clubhouse lodge presides over acres of velvety green fairways, surrounded by thick groves of leafy trees. A variety of outdoor settings provide couples with scenic backdrops for the exchange of vows. Reception dinners may be hosted within one of the five indoor entertainment spaces. Exposed beams, hardwood floors, and stone fireplaces create a refined, countryside feel. A formal dining room can accommodate 100 guests seated, or 150 strolling. The elegantly appointed grand ballroom hosts 240 guests seated dinner guests, or 300 cocktail reception guests. A gourmet dinner menu is crafted by the clubhouse’s executive chef. Full bar packages feature an excellent wine selection. Two romantically rustic cottages are available for overnight stays.
3201 Forsyth Drive, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-299-5324
The vintage barn is rustic, maintaining its original wood. A wrap-around gravel patio is covered by a tin awning, lined with market lights. Couples may choose to wed in the barn’s loft, which features open-air windows. Sixty-five acres of pristine land, trees, and an emerald green pond supply no small number of ceremony locations either. Receptions are held in the barn, beneath the twinkle of strand lights. Seating for up to 150 guests is provided, although the barn accommodates up to 200 guests strolling. Linens, florals, fine china, and a horse drawn carriage can all be arranged. A full kitchen is available for use. Couples need to hire offsite caterers and vendors. A dressing room is provided for the bridal party.
1081 Sutton Court, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-706-2718
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Refined and rustic, each of the two fully renovated barns are luxuriously appointed, giving Chip and Joanna Gaines a run for their money. The main house has crisp white siding, black trim, and a covered patio. The interior design features country-modern woodwork, tile, fixtures, and appliances. Up to 16 guests may enjoy an overnight stay. An open concept, split-level staircase descends into the ceremony space of the attached barn, which is flanked by two balcony overlooks. A meadow, tree grove, and a terrace provide additional spaces to entertain. The estate can accommodate up to 1,500 wedding guests. Exclusive caterers and a team of event specialists ensure perfection. Perks include weekend cottages, an activities menu, and golf cart service.
3203 Pleasant Ridge Road, Summerfield, NC, Phone: 336-643-2006
18.The Colonnade at Revolution Mill
Historical charm and modern renovations make this venue one of the area’s most spectacular places to wed. Maple hardwood floors, exposed brick and beams, and custom iron work evoke an industrial feel. Blossoming bronze lamp chandeliers descend from two-story ceilings. A lengthy mezzanine is flanked by two double-wide staircases; a romantic choice for the bride’s grand entry. The mezzanine overlooks a central lobby, which features enormous arched windows. Guests may view the exchange of vows from either level. Up to 200 guests may be seated, while strolling receptions can accommodate 300 guests. A private courtyard extends off of the space. Full event planning is provided. The venue’s catering partner prepares a delectable menu and provides alcohol service.
900 Revolution Mill Drive, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-362-6517
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19.The Gardens at Gray Gables
Built in 1898, this private estate rests atop acres of idyllic natural scenery. The bride and groom exchange vows on a vast, grassy clearing surrounded by a magical forest of trees. A lengthy walkway meanders towards the wedding pergola, gifting the bride with a majestic grand entry. Guests sip spirits on the deck, overlooking the pond. The reception dinner is held within an elegant tent pavilion; crystal chandeliers shimmering overhead. Tables and seating are provided for up to 200 guests. The venue supplies event staff, parking attendants, and bartenders. A list of suggested caterers and vendors is supplied. Couples enjoy use of a bridal suite and groom’s den, and full access to the house.
4105 Oak Ridge Road, Summerfield, NC, Phone: 336-643-0005
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20.The Hideaway at Crooked Creek
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This countryside home rests atop 90 acres of pristine hilltop landscape, gifting wedding goers with an elevated view of the forest below. Couples may choose to wed beneath an arbor on the tiered garden lawn, among the treetops. Instead, the bride and groom might choose to exchange vows on the lower lawn; a misty, grass plateau. A two-foot stone wall runs along the plateau’s perimeter, creating a castle-like backdrop. Reception dinner is hosted within a glamorous tent pavilion, pitched over a spacious brick patio. Tables and chairs are supplied for up to 150 guests. The venue has an open vendor policy. A bridal suite and groom’s room are provided. Wedding staff provides staging and take down services.
5530 Linch Road, Whitsett, NC, Phone: 336-901-0159
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21.The Khalif Event Center
The temple and event center houses four spacious banquet halls. Polished ivory concrete floors, wedding white walls, and crown moldings create a finished look in each hall. Lamp chandeliers descend from blacked-out, open beam ceilings. Couples may opt to add elegance by utilizing ceiling drapery. A professional lighting system and projector screen are available for use. The venue may also supply ceremony backdrops, décor, and crystal chandelier upgrades. Each entertainment area has a simple and versatile design feel. The event center’s website advertises wedding planning services, and features a homestyle catering group. To learn more about vendor policies and capacity limits, the venue may be contacted directly.
2000 East Wendover, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-275-6214
22.The McAlister-Leftwich House
Located in downtown historic district, this boutique wedding venue delivers the finest that southern hospitality has to offer. The exterior façade features pearl grey brick and white trim. A front patio and English-style garden sweeten the look. Marble halls, dark hardwood flooring, soft white walls, gold fixtures add refinement. A staircase descends into the dining room, which also features a stone fireplace. Large windows flood the dining room and adjoining parlors with light. Up to 150 guests may be seated for dinner. An immensely sized bridal suite is adorned with vintage furniture, gilded mirrors, and crystal chandeliers. The groom’s room houses a whiskey bar and leather furniture. A dedicated team of wedding specialist assists in planning every detail.
507 North Church Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-740-9503
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23.The Oak Branch Conference & Event Center
The event center offers couples a budget friendly location to host a dinner reception. The banquet halls feature contemporary design and furniture. Golden-beige walls, navy carpeting, and upholstered seating dress the rooms simply. A small selection of linens may be rented for an additional fee. The venue provides a suggested list of caterers, although couples are free to hire one of their choosing. A licensed bar vendor must provide and serve all alcohol. There is a prep kitchen and ice maker available for use. A projector screen, audio visual system, and microphone are provided.
23 Oak Branch Drive, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-854-5868
24.The Studio at CTG
A chic, metropolitan style loft, this venue is a perfect fit for the sophisticated couple. Soft white walls, dark wood beams, and large industrial windows frame the space. The cloudy emerald green concrete floor is stunning; polished to high-gloss, it gives the illusion of an indoor pool. Seventeen-foot high ceilings allow space for a mezzanine, which elegantly hosts additional seating. Up to 125 guests may be accommodated for a seated dinner, and 250 guests for a strolling reception. A full bar and service are provided by the venue. Couples will need to hire a caterer and wedding planner. An on-duty operations manager provides day-of assistance, while event staff handles event setup and cleanup.
520 South Elm Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-333-7470
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25.Wedding Venue at the Bog Garden at Benjamin Park
Couples who want a scenic outdoor wedding venue without breaking the bank, will love what the Bog Gardens has to offer. The natural habitat is brimming with wildlife, native plants, and several bird species. Elevated stone pathways meander through seven acres of pristine wetlands and a forested hillside. A recirculating waterfall flows meditatively; a serene location for the exchange of vows. Should couples prefer a more intimate setting, a wooden footbridge surrounded by tree canopy overlooks the lake. A semi-circle arboretum offers yet another option for ceremony. The “Greensboro Beautiful” conservation group may be contacted for additional rental information.
1001 Fourth Street, Greensboro, NC, Phone: 336-373-2199
25 Best Wedding Venues in Greensboro, NC
- O.Henry Hotel, Photo: O.Henry Hotel
- Cadillac Service Garage, Photo: Nastya/stock.adobe.com
- Castle McCulloch, Photo: malkovkosta/stock.adobe.com
- Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast
- Dynacon Event Center, Photo: ctvvelve/stock.adobe.com
- Greensboro Marriott Downtown, Photo: sonyachny/stock.adobe.com
- Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport, Photo: Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport
- Heritage Hill Banquets, Photo: MNStudio/stock.adobe.com
- Kress Terrace, Photo: popovich22/stock.adobe.com
- Meridian Convention Center, Photo: Subodh/stock.adobe.com
- NOAH'S Event Venue, Photo: Norman Chan/stock.adobe.com
- Proximity Hotel, Photo: Proximity Hotel
- River Twist Homestead, Photo: Kraftstudio/stock.adobe.com
- Royal Banquet Hall, Photo: tverdohlib/stock.adobe.com
- Sedgefield Country Club, Photo: alex_shifer/stock.adobe.com
- Stancil Farm, Photo: anna_gorbenko/stock.adobe.com
- Summerfield Farms, Photo: Anna Vovk/stock.adobe.com
- The Colonnade at Revolution Mill, Photo: sonyachny/stock.adobe.com
- The Gardens at Gray Gables, Photo: lorabarra/stock.adobe.com
- The Hideaway at Crooked Creek, Photo: Alfredo Müller/stock.adobe.com
- The Khalif Event Center, Photo: Maximilian/stock.adobe.com
- The McAlister-Leftwich House, Photo: dangutu/stock.adobe.com
- The Oak Branch Conference & Event Center, Photo: Speedfighter/stock.adobe.com
- The Studio at CTG, Photo: kichigin19/stock.adobe.com
- Wedding Venue at the Bog Garden at Benjamin Park, Photo: stock.adobe.com
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