Check Out These 13 Magical San Francisco Wedding Venues

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Here Are Some Of The Most Beautiful San Francisco Wedding Venues

San Francisco Wedding Venues // Congratulations, you are about to get married and chose San Francisco as your wedding location. Now it is time to find a wedding venue that fits your taste, style, and budget. There are so many breathtaking San Francisco wedding venues, it can be tricky to find the right one. That´s why we preselected the most amazing San Francisco wedding venues for you down below.


Get married at a conservatory, a music hall, an old pier, or at an artsy museum – explore these unique and stylish San Francisco wedding venues down below. Scroll down to find your perfect San Francisco wedding venue and start planning your wedding now!



Top San Francisco Wedding Venues


California Academy of Sciences

A wedding couple is getting married at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.

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If you are looking for a really unique venue that will leave your guests speechless, then search no more. The California Academy of Sciences offers you a breathtaking backdrop including a coral reef, penguins, and a rainforest. The eco-friendly, natural history museum includes event spaces that can accommodate parties with up to 3,000 guests.



Conservatory of Flowers

A wedding couple is holding each other at the Conservatory of Flowers, one of the San Francisco wedding venues.

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The Conservatory of Flowers is in the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. If you love flowers and want to escape the hustle of, the city, you might want to check out this gem in particular. You can celebrate inside the greenhouse or even outside, surrounded by many tropical plants.

This Bay Area wedding venue dates back to 1879 and is now over 140 years old. For more inspiration, check out our blog post about other Bay Area wedding venues in California.



de Young Museum

A wedding couple is getting married at the de Young Museum, one of the San Francisco wedding venues.

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The de Young Museum is not only a captivating art space but also a breathtaking wedding venue. The museum dates back to 1895 and is nestled in the heart of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Get married in the courtyard, in the Hamon Observation Tower, in the Wilsey Court, or in the Piazzoni Murals Room – there really is a ceremony site for every style. You can host casual, formal, elegant, and eve sultry ceremonies at this unique place. And you can even invite up to 2000 people.



Great American Music Hall

A wedding couple is getting married outside at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.

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The Great American Music Hall opened in 1907 and became San Francisco´s grandest nightclub including a flashy French restaurant. The trendy wedding venue sits right in the heart of San Francisco and will wow you and your guests with its rich history and grand architecture. The elegant venue offers you outdoor and indoor spaces and can accommodate weddings with up to 350 seated guests.



James Leary Flood Mansion

A wedding couple is getting married at the James Leary Flood Mansion, one of the San Francisco wedding venues.

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The James Leary Flood Mansion is an elegant building from 1915 and is now used as a private school and event venue. The Grand Hall is a perfect backdrop to your wedding and wows with its 140 feet length, its scenic views of the bay, and splendid marble floors.

The Reception room boasts high ceilings, wooden floors, a cozy marble fireplace, and golden murals. You can also celebrate in the courtyard which offers space for up to 200 guests.



Foreign Cinema

A wedding couple is getting married at the terrace of the Foreign Cinema, one of the San Francisco wedding venues.



The Foreign Cinema is a rustic-industrial restaurant that offers you and your guests several ceremony sites. One of the most magical sites is the courtyard outdoors. You can exchange vows beneath string lights and enjoy the charming atmosphere of the place.



Log Cabin at the Presidio

A wedding guest is holding a speech at a wedding at the Log cabin in san Francisco.

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The Log Cabin at the Presidio is a country-style lodge located in the heart of the Presidio National Park in San Francisco. The property features 30 acres of land, manicured lawns, the Golden Gate Bridge as your backdrop, and lots of greenery surrounding you. This wedding venue offers you various wedding sites and is perfect for up to 200 guests.



Marin Headlands – Golden Gate

A wedding couple is about to kiss each other.

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Marin Headlands is a magical spot in San Francisco where it’s not too crowded. You can enjoy panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Marin Headlands is an intimate place, not too far from the busy streets of San Francisco, but with a view that indeed takes you to a different dimension.

Exchange vows surrounded by wilderness and spectacular nature. IF you are looking for more inspiration, make sure to check out our blog post about the most kick-ass elopement packages in California.



Pier 70

A wedding couple is getting married at the Pier 70 in San Francisco.

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Pier 70 is a true dream venue for most brides and is located in the center of San Francisco.  Over 150 years of operations in shipbuilding and repair give the pier its unique charm. The entire site is a 69-acre property owned by the Port of San Francisco.

The combination of shoreline, industrial use, and many impressive historical buildings make this venue special. If you are up for a challenge and something different, we highly recommend checking out Pier 70 for your wedding!



San Francisco City Hall

A wedding couple and their guests are walking down stairs in front of the San Francisco City Hall.

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San Francisco City Hall is a historic landmark and the seat of government for the city and county of San Francisco. The luxurious and elegant venue is a perfect backdrop for lavish weddings and events. You can host ceremonies at the Mayor´s balcony, the Fourth Floor Gallery, on the Grand Staircase of the Rotunda, at the North Light Court, or at the South Light Court.

The Rotunda is the biggest ceremony site and offers a maximum capacity of 660 standing guests. For more inspiration, check out our blog post featuring the most beautiful wedding at the San Francisco City Hall.



Terra Gallery & Events

A wedding couple is getting married at the Terra Galler & Event venue in San Francisco.

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Terra Gallery & Event Venue offers you and your guests a collection of galleries and event spaces in San Francisco. The urban-chic venue has a 5,000 square feet upper floor with brick walls and high ceilings, a lounge-style space with a private club feeling, and a spacious landscaped patio with lots of greenery.

No matter what you are looking for, these event spaces are just like a blank canvas that you can easily add your own style. You can host ceremonies with up to 725 guests there. This wedding venue will blow your mind and will be a perfect unique backdrop to your wedding.



The Mint

A wedding couple is standing at the altar and getting married.

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The Mint is a classical greek revival-style property that is conveniently located just steps away from Moscone Center in San Francisco. The historic structure is available for events and weddings and offers you modern facilities combined with historic charm. The 92,000 square feet location can accommodate weddings with up to 999 standing people.



The Pearl

A wedding couple just got married at the Pearl, one of the San Francisco wedding venues.

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The Pearl is an industrial space located in the bay area of San Francisco. There are many options for a ceremony at the pearl, but the rooftop would be our favorite for sure.
The 4,655 square-foot rooftop terrace is perfect for hosting ceremonies, receptions, cocktail hours, or as a space to rest during a party.



Now it is time to choose one of these breathtaking San Francisco wedding venues!
All these unique San Francisco wedding venues will make your wedding even more magical.
Make sure to check out all the San Francisco wedding venues available online but also in person.
Your next step is finding the best wedding photographer. Just go to our “photographers near me” page and type in your location, and you will find the best photographers around your area.
Or simply go to our LGBTQ wedding photographer in San Francisco page or wedding photographer in San Francisco page and select the artist that fits your style.


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A wedding couple is standing on top of a mountain and holding hands in front of a sunset.


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