The Wimbish House is a historic mansion and wedding venue located in Atlanta, Georgia. This beautiful venue offers affordable elegance in the heart of Midtown, with high ceilings, grand pianos and several crystal chandeliers. The experienced, responsive and courteous events team at The Wimbish House will ensure your wedding is memorable and completely stress-free.
This lovely, fully restored Victorian-era home features high ceilings, period furnishings, hardwood floors, steep gables, intricate detailing and massive stone masonry ornamentation. A graceful, curved staircase allows for memorable entrances into a grand parlor. Formal reception rooms are accented by tall archways and columns, and flow into the elegant dining room, sunroom and restored 1920’s ballroom. Many rooms feature grand pianos, antique crystal chandeliers and fireplaces. A covered veranda provides an outdoor space for ceremonies, cocktail hours or photos.
The Wimbish House offers venue rental for weddings and other social events. This venue allows you to bring in your own outside caterer, vendors and alcohol to create an event that matches your vision. Four parking spaces are reserved for the wedding party, and they can accommodate up to six vendor vehicles. Event services offered include the following:
Two Grand Pianos
AV, includes state of the art speakers, projector, screen and 2 wireless microphones which are great for rehearsal dinners
Chairs and tables
The Wimbish House is an ideal location for hosting private parties of varying sizes. In addition to wedding ceremonies and receptions, this location can accommodate all of your wedding events, such as engagement parties, bridal showers and rehearsal dinners. This venue is also available for hosting corporate meetings, holiday parties, birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions.
The Wimbish House is conveniently located in the heart of Midtown at the intersection of 14th and Peachtree streets. This venue is within walking distance of fine hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, shops, Piedmont Park, Woodruff Arts Center and the High Museum.