Celebrate your love story in a place with a story of its own
That’s it, the big question has been popped! You’re going over every detail to ensure a memorable day and you’re looking for an amazing location for this unforgettable moment. Why not exchange vows in an inspiring and unique setting, steeped in history? Parks Canada offers incredible locations as a backdrop for this big day. Each setting is one of a kind – all that’s needed is your personal touch to create a celebration that meets all of your expectations.
Since 1827, Fort Langley has served as a wonderfully romantic site for numerous weddings going back to the time of the fur trade. Today, the site is still used to mark this big moment. Located on the outskirts of Vancouver, the site’s period style buildings, marquees and outdoor spaces can accommodate weddings of all sizes. Exterior lighting enhances the magic of your evening reception.
Only minutes from Banff Avenue, Cave and Basin National Historic Site, the birthplace of Canada’s national parks, offers nothing less than the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains as your wedding setting. Exchange your vows on the covered Belvedere view deck, and be captivated by the beauty of this historic site.
Nestled in the foothills of southern Alberta, in the idyllic setting of the Rocky Mountains, the Bar U Ranch National Historic Site offers a stunning and original wedding location. Whether you choose the bridge over the Pekisko Creek, a cotton tree shaded clearing, one of the many heritage buildings or the Percheron horse drawn wagon ride, it will all help make your day truly memorable.
Situated along the banks of the scenic South Saskatchewan River in central Saskatchewan, Batoche offers the perfect setting for a simple ceremony and a festive reception. The enchanting 1884 church, heritage buildings and visitor centre offer all the modern comforts while retaining the unique charm of this amazing site. A shuttle offers newlyweds and their guests a romantic atmosphere in which to discover the beauty of this timeless location. Period costumes and accessories are also available to create unforgettable photo memories.
Located in the centre of Winnipeg, The Forks National Historic Site has been a meeting place for 6,000 years. Exchange your vows in the amphitheatre on the banks of the Red River overlooking the historic St. Boniface Cathedral, or find the perfect location in one of our green spaces for a more intimate event beside this magnificent historic Canadian river.
Located only 15 minutes north of Winnipeg on the banks of the Red River, Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site offers both richly historic and serenely natural settings. Whether you are seeking a quiet spot along the banks of the river, a ceremony on the lawns of the Big House or an indoor venue in the historic buildings, the site’s 80 acres can accommodate a variety of ceremonies. It all contributes to making your day a wonderful success.
Located in historic Amherstburg along the banks of the Detroit River, Fort Malden National Historic Site is a stunning setting full of natural beauty and cultural significance. Its picturesque grounds, historic buildings reminiscent of the 19th century, and serene river front offer a venue as unique as you, whether you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere or formal event under a magnificent marquee.
Overlooking the Ottawa River and just a few steps from the Fairmont Le Château Montebello is an imposing manor house built in the mid-19th century by Louis-Joseph Papineau, renowned politician and “Seigneur de la Petite-Nation.” Among the many outbuildings, the small chapel and magnificent Salon Bleu in the manor house are just two dream locations to celebrate a wedding in a unique way.
Why not celebrate the beginning of your life together in front of the spectacular backdrop of the rapids of the St. Lawrence River at Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site, where history and the beauty of nature meet? The grounds and a large marquee are available to greet couples and their guests to the ceremony, while the site itself offers many spectacular vistas to capture this wonderful moment forever.
Cultural jewel of the Montérégie region on the banks of the Richelieu River at the foot of the Chambly Rapids, the imposing fortification of Fort Chambly National Historic Site opens its doors to you. The welcoming setting of the Salle Jacques-de-Chambly is available for events, along with the charming interior courtyard and the spectacular grounds surrounding the fort.
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