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Wedding venues in Charleston

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

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The Porter Room provides beautiful marsh views.

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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 Charleston.

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 current pricing.

Intimate Wedding Venues:

The Cottages on Charleston Harbor, 16 Patriots Point Rd., Mount Pleasant

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates: up to 125 guests
  • Key features: Surrounded by a beautiful waterfront view, the Charleston Harbor provides a stunning background for your ceremony.

Poogan’s Courtyard, 12 Cumberland St., Charleston

  • Rate: $500-$2,500
  • Accommodates: 50-80 guests
  • Key features: This space has a rich history feel, from the exposed brick walls to the original heart-of-pine flooring to the quintessential courtyard and stylish fixtures.

The Carolina Girl Yacht, 2408 Maybank Hwy., Johns Island

  • Rate: available on request
  • Accommodates: up to 100 guests
  • Key features: This yacht has spectacular views, a DJ, and a dance floor.

River House at Lowndes Grove, 266 St. Margaret St., Charleston

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates: up to 100 guests
  • Key features: Nestled in between centuries-old live oak trees and the Ashley River Waterfront
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We love these details at Post House Inn.

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Multiple options

Post House Inn, 101 Pitt St., Mount Pleasant

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates: 35-100 guests
  • Key Features: Post House Inn has original features and historic charm that add to its unique character.

Uptown Social, 587 King St., Charleston

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates: 30-300 guests
  • Key features: The space includes a speakeasy overlooking King Street, a French bistro vibe, and a gorgeous back porch.

1670 Room, 166 Church St., Charleston

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates: 22-70 guests
  • Key features: This space features palmetto-inspired art, French chandeliers, and a stately fireplace.

Historic Rice Mill, 17 Lockwood Dr., Unit 101, Charleston

  • Rate: $500-$6,000
  • Accommodates: 70-300 guests
  • Key features: Historic Rice Mill has waterfront views and classic design features, including exposed brick, wide plank floors, large double windows, and pressed tin ceilings.

Large gatherings

William Aiken House, 456 King St., Charleston

  • Rate: $1,500-$9,000
  • Accommodates: Up to 300 guests
  • Key features: This space is distinguished as a National Historic Landmark and includes private gardens, a reflection pool, first and second-floor ballrooms, and more.

Francis Marion Hotel, 387 King St., Charleston

  • Rate: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates: 30-500 guests
  • Key features: antique chandeliers, 20-foot high ceilings, monumental windows, and marble-accented fireplaces

The Creek Club at I’on, 44 Saturday Rd., Mt. Pleasant

  • Rates: $2,000-$5,400
  • Accommodates: 75-300 guests
  • Key Features: Overlooks the creek and marsh and has a spacious open floor plan featuring tall oversize windows and high ceilings.

Lowndes Grove, 206 St. Margaret St., Charleston

  • Rates: Available upon request
  • Accommodates: Up to 400 guests
  • Key Features: Lowndes Grove has a picturesque waterfront venue on the Charleston peninsula, circa 1786 architecture with period furnishings, and a grand lawn with Main House backdrop.

Cannon Green, 103 Spring St., Charleston

  • Rates: $4,00-$14,000
  • Accommodates: 50-250 guests
  • Key features: This venue features a gorgeous courtyard.

Hotel Bennett, 404 King St., Charleston

  • Rates: Pricing available on request
  • Accommodates: 50-500 guests
  • Key features: Events for Hotel Bennett include an elegant Crown Ballroom and striking rooftop space.

The Pavilion at Patriot Point Links, 1 Patriots Point Rd., Mount Pleasant

  • Rates: $500- $10,000
  • Accommodates: up to 300 guests
  • Key Features: The venue has a view overlooking the Charleston Harbor, brick fire pit, and ceremonial lawn that includes a horse shape landscaping with a brick floor.
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Mills House, 115 Meeting St., Charleston

  • Rates: Prices available on request
  • Accommodates: 30-350 guests
  • Key features: The Mills House has multiple venues, including beautiful ballrooms, gardens in blooms, antique fountains, and a pool terrace.

The Gadsden House, 38 Alexander St., Charleston

  • Rates: $2,000-$7,500
  • Accommodates: 80-300 guests
  • Key features: The Gadsden House has four grand parlor rooms, crystal chandeliers, neutral walls, and adaptive climate control.

The Porter Room, 1021 Aragon Ave., North Charleston

  • Rates: $1,000-$ 5,000
  • Accommodates: up to 180 (seated) and 450 (standing) guests
  • Key features: This unique venue has marsh views and located in proximity to Holy City Brewing.

Emeline, 181 Church St., Charleston

  • Rates: Available on request
  • Accommodates: 40-120 guests
  • Key features: Hotel Emeline has lush garden accents, central fireplace, and intimate seating areas.

South Carolina Aquarium, 100 Aquarium Wharf, Charleston

  • Rates: $3,000-$7,500
  • Accommodates: up to 200 guests
  • Key features: Events at the aquarium have great ocean tanks and views overlooking the Charleston Harbor.

Cooper River Room, 99 Harry M. Hallman Jr. Blvd., Mt. Pleasant

  • Rates: $600-$3750
  • Accommodates: up to 300 guests
  • Key features: The Cooper River Room has a great view of the Cooper River and the Arthur Ravenel Bridge + Lowcountry murals.

Trinity Hall, 34 Race St., Charleston

  • Rates: available on request
  • Accommodates: available on request
  • Key features: The Trinity Hall venue has thoughtful designs and classic backdrops.

The Cedar Room, 701 E. Bay St., Charleston

  • Rates: available upon request
  • Accommodates: 200-550 guests
  • Key features: This historic venue has rustic brick walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and historic wood columns.

Gibbes Museum of Art, 135 Meeting St., Charleston

  • Rates: $75-$9,500
  • Accommodates: 25-500 guests
  • Key features: This venue has Tiffany-style art glass dome, classical garden, and special exhibitions.

American Theater, 446 King St., Charleston

  • Rates: $1,000-$2,500
  • Accommodates: up to 250 guests
  • Key features: The American Theater has ballrooms, marquee, an intimate lounge, and a cinema with private screenings.

Parcel 32, 442 King St., Charleston

  • Rates: available on request
  • Accommodates: up to 150 guests
  • Key features: Parcel 32 has designer furnishings, courtyard entrance, and a lush plant wall.

The Parsonage, 50 Hasell St., Charleston

  • Rates: $3,00-$5,000
  • Accommodates: available upon request
  • Key features: This space includes two iconic Charleston piazzas and an intimate courtyard with a surrounding garden.

Harborside Beach at the Charleston Harbor Resort, 20 Patriots Point Rd., Mount Pleasant

  • Rates: available upon request
  • Accommodates: Varies multiple venues
  • Key features: A great option for ocean-beach views.
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