8 St. Louis Event Spaces Perfect For Your Upcoming Celebration Or Wedding

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A gem of modern architecture, St. Louis is full of gorgeous event spaces with a variety of ambiances—and when planning your perfect wedding or celebration, the vibe is key. Since event planning is stressful enough on its own, we’ve taken out the guesswork for you and curated a list of the top St. Louis-area event spaces we love, from Downtown St. Louis to St. Charles, St. Peters and more.

So whether you’re preparing for an upcoming business meeting, shower, holiday party, wedding, rehearsal dinner, or anything in between, we’re confident you’ll find what you’re looking for in the variety below.

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Arch View Ballroom at Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
Capacity: Receptions for up to 500
Area: Downtown St. Louis
Special Features:
– Floor-to-ceiling windows
– Noteworthy view overlooking the historic Old Courthouse, Kiener Plaza and St. Louis Arch
– 16-foot ceilings with large modern chandeliers

One South Broadway
St. Louis MO, 63102
314 421 1776

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Bowlero St. Peters
Capacity: 1,250 guests; 50,000-square-foot space
Area of Town: St. Peters, MO
Special Features:
– 38 black-light bowling lanes with high-definition video
– Full bar and lounge area with fire pit
– Multi-level laser tag arena with over 70 arcade games.

8070 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
St. Peters, MO, 63376
636 474 2695

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Budweiser Brew House
Capacity: 1,700
Area: Downtown St. Louis
Special Features:
– Three-level, 26,000-square-foot venue
– Third-floor rooftop deck with panoramic views of Busch Stadium and the Arch
– A unique, self-serve 21-foot tap wall

601 Clark Ave
Unit #101 1st Floor
St. Louis, MO 63102
314 241 5575

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Norwood Hills Country Club
Capacity: Event spaces for groups of two to 500
Area of Town: North County
Special Features:
– Beautiful, historic Country Club Grounds
– Fully customizable menus and spaces
– Full-service staff and facility

#1 Norwood Hills Country Club Dr.
St. Louis, MO, 63121
314 521 0682, ext. 211

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The Old Post Office – St. Louis
Capacity: 220 seated (300 possible if Gallery space is added)
Area: Downtown St. Louis
Special Features:
– Unique neoclassical appeal
– No time limits
– Versatile event space with many configuration options

815 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO, 63101
314 436 0101

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Capacity: 300
Area: St. Charles, MO
Special Features:
– Eclectic menu that sources local, organic products whenever possible
– Two private rooms available to reserve
– Catering, boxed lunches and large-scale carryout orders offered

1520 S. 5th Street #110
St. Charles, MO, 63303
636 277 0202

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The Venue at Maison du Lac 

Capacity: 300+
Area: Catawissa, MO, 15 minutes outside of Eureka
Special Features:
– 7,000 square foot Contemporary venue on 20 acres of land overlooking a 4-acre lake
– 19th century, French-country stone house with a spacious, updated bridal suite
-Can host everything from ceremony to reception, with catering provided by the award-winning Ces & Judy’s

2603 Wild Plum Valley
Catawissa, MO 63015
314 991 6700

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Winslow’s Cellar
Capacity: 36
Area: University City
Special Features:
– Custom-crafted menu options
– Mahogany panels, original artwork and antiques rugs
– Full bar and fireplace

7213 Delmar Blvd
St. Louis, MO, 63130
314 725 7559

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