The Union League of Philadelphia

The Union League of Philadelphia

What better place to hold your special day than at the #1 City Club in the country? The Union League of Philadelphia is a historic landmark in the center of downtown Philadelphia that occupies an entire city block and stands eight stories tall. Founded in 1862, The Union League of Philadelphia laid the philosophical foundation of other Union Leagues across the nation, torn by civil war at the time. The League has hosted U.S. presidents, industrialists, and many historical figures from around the world through the years.

The French Renaissance-styled building is compiled of three dining rooms, fourteen banquet and meeting spaces, and an 84-room hotel. Two elegant, circular staircases invite you into the main entrance on Broad Street. Not to mention, the foyer makes make for an incredible photo opportunity. The Union League’s traditional décor and collection of arts and artifacts document Philadelphia’s role in history and make for a sophisticated atmosphere for your guests to admire all night long. The venue is also a mid-point between New York City and Washington, D.C., which makes for a convenient trip for all family and friends.

Wedding packages at the club are designed to offer assistance in the planning and selection of your big day, all while giving you the freedom to create what is best for you! BVTLive bands and DJs perform regularly at this historic site and enjoy working together with The Union League staff to create many special events year round. For more information about The Union League of Philadelphia or to plan your next event with them, visit their website here.

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