Chicago History Museum : Chicago Wedding Venues

The Chicago History Museum really knows how to deliver! When looking for a classic Chicago venue with tons of character, The Chicago History Museum is your ideal spot! Located in Chicago’s renown Lincoln Park neighborhood, you can find so much to offer out of town guest, from near by established dining to local top hotels. As well, the Lincoln Park neighborhood offers amazing scenery to capture the couples first look. Followed by the historic architecture of the Chicago History Museum’s front steps, which provides the desired traditional backdrop for photos of the wedding party. Flushed between show stopping columns, the Museum entrance hits all the historic Chicago elements a couple would look for. The History Museum has an elegant outdoor plaza which offers spectacular views of the city sky line, perfect for a lovely ceremony. Wedding guests can make their way inside for cocktail hour, leading into the beautiful Chicago Room for a memorable reception. Checkered black and white floors and floor to ceiling windows inspires a magical setting to dance the night away.

Check out some Chicago History Museum wedding photos by Steve Koo Photography:

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This is a series of posts highlighting a few of my favorite Chicago wedding venues. For more information, check out the Chicago History Museum website, or contact Steve Koo Photography. Steve Koo is a Chicago wedding photographer who wants to capture your story! He specializes in modern, nontraditional wedding photojournalism. Read more about Steve Koo in his bio.


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