Besides being known for their love of sports, Ohio natives are also huge fans of the outdoors. And we can understand why, with the rolling hills and expansive blue skies. From museum hotels to stately old mansions to organic farms and open-air greenhouses, there’s a wedding venue for every personality type in the Buckeye State.
If eating off the land, organic living and an appreciation of the outdoors runs rampant in your relationship, Jorgensen Farms might just be the perfect place for you two lovebirds to say I do. Just outside Columbus, this gorgeous wedding venue has an open-air greenhouse structure that makes for a killer late night dance party spot under the stars.
Museum weddings are always kind of amazing. There’s nothing like you and your guests having an entire museum to yourselves for an epic party throwdown. The Cincinnati Art Museum is no exception and the gardens at the surrounding Eden Park are pretty incredible too.
Part B&B, part glamping hotspot and part Ohio wedding venue, Orchard House Bed and Breakfast in Granville has the best of all worlds. Weddings here are hosted in a pine grove or on the expansive green lawns.
The former home of a prominent Cleveland architect, the mansion at Kingwood Center is just as stunning as the grounds. With various gardens that have been open to the public for over fifty years, weddings here are absolutely gorgeous.
If you thought there was a shortage of cool wedding warehouse spaces in Ohio, think again. The Lake Erie Building in Lakewood has those big, old factory windows, extra high ceilings and raw floors that make it an urban delight.
To simply describe Brewmaster’s Gate as an industrial space seems to almost do it an injustice. With soaring ceilings, massive walls of windows, arched wood doorways, and brick flooring, this warehouse is really impressive. Check it out if you’re into urban feels.
This early 20th century Federal Style sandstone mansion with wood paneled rooms and sunny solariums is one of Ohio’s most grand wedding venues. Set on a sprawling estate, there’s plenty of space to throw an open-air tent into the mix and exchange vows as the sun goes down.
Known for their artistic hotel/museum combos, the 21C hoteliers are at it in a majorly cool, modern way in Cincinnati. With various art galleries and a cocktail terrace with views of the city, weddings at this spot celebrate art, culture and the beauty of Cincinnati.
With one of the most beautiful ballrooms in Ohio and a gorgeous lush lawn, the Glendale Lyceum is a wedding gem. Perfect for couples that love a space with history and elegance, this Ohio wedding venue is a total find.
What better way to celebrate a wedding than by spending a few days soaking up nature with your closest friends and fam? This conservancy allows you to do just that, and to host a wedding for nearly 300 people to boot.
Stately, grandiose and filled with light, the Ohio Statehouse is one of the most gorgeous wedding venues in Ohio. We can’t get over the soaring ceilings, giant columns and incredible inlaid stone floors at this spot! It’s like your own private Paris… in Ohio.
The beautiful lawns at this Louisville Farm soak up that good Ohio sunshine year-round. With a party barn for up to 300 guests and accommodations in an old farmhouse and lodge, this spot lights up during a wedding weekend.
Set in the rolling hills of the Cuyahoga River Valley, this Ohio farmstead is the epitome of country charm. There’s a giant red barn on the property, and you could just as easily bring in a tent or throw an outdoor soiree.
Americana vibes run deep at this Pleasant Hill family farm. Canyon Run Ranch dates back to the 1850s and has a big weathered and rustic barn to prove it. Spend a few hours on a sunny day in these woods and you won’t want to ever go back to city life.
With its Tudor style and picturesque grounds, The Club at Hillbrook is a full-service country club that makes a gorgeous wedding venue in Ohio. Oh, and it’s a B&B too, so you can celebrate throughout the whole weekend with your wedding guests.
Set back into the forest, this gorgeous barn wedding venue in Ohio is surrounded by towering trees, luxury cabins, treehouses, and even a pond. Fit for a fall fete that shows of the changing tree colors or a spring garden party, The Grand Barn at the Mohicans is a real charmer.
A beautiful old plantation that dates back to the 1830s, The Willow Tree is one of those charming countryside properties that celebrates the slow life. There’s a gorgeous manor house on-site and a big barn that can fit up to 200 guests, so check out this Tipp City spot if you’re on the hunt for weeping willows and a bit of history.
A French gothic mansion that dates back over a hundred years, this Cleveland wedding venue is both party spot and crash pad. With rooms for 60 guests and gardens, patios and a ballroom for up to 150, Glidden House is a perfect weekend wedding spot.
Located in the Medina County Park District, the Lodge at Allardale is a countryside wedding venue in Ohio that can host weddings for about 100 guests. If you’re looking to show off a little of the natural beauty of this region and want to support the parks in the process, this could be your spot.
A multi-generational family farm, Rivercrest spans across 120 acres of rolling hills with roaming animals, gorgeous trees, a dairy barn, and heaps of wildflowers. With one of Ohio’s most beautiful barns, this venue is as lovely as it is rustic.
A historic Civil War era house, The Black Pig is a Cleveland restaurant that’s great for rehearsal dinners, cocktail parties and weddings. The space maxes out at about 50 guests, so it’s best for an intimate crowd.