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Canadian Historical Site Venues Ideal for Weddings

January 4, 2016 1:00 pmViews: 419

Weddings at Canadian historical site venues tap into its tapestry of cultural heritage.

Canadian historical site venues that help create a theme.

Fort Langley is one of the Canadian historical site venues for weddings.
Photo © Parks Canada.

The big question was asked, and you said yes! Now you are going to discuss where to hold your wedding for the planning and budgeting to begin.

If you are looking for an amazing location for your unforgettable day. You can make your own history by exchange your vows in a Canadian historic site. These sites make unique wedding themes as well.

Parks Canada manages the finest systems of heritage protection areas in the world. As well as the park-like settings and period architecture offer one-of-a-kind backdrops.

“Canada’s national historic sites make up the rich tapestry of Canada’s cultural heritage,” says George Green, vice-president of heritage conservation and commemorations at Parks Canada. “They enable us to celebrate and experience our history in special ways.”

The unique locations are found right across the country in large cities, or quiet, rural getaways. Each of the park locations can host a range of ceremonies and receptions. The sizes range from intimate weddings for fewer than ten including your guests, to large events.

Canadian historical site venues serve small and large size weddings.

The Bar U Ranch is a Canadian historical site venue for weddings.
Photo © Parks Canada / Chupp Photography.

Here are five Canadian historical site venue sites where you can hold your wedding.

Bar U Ranch National Historic Site in Alberta.
The Bar U ranch is in the foothills of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. Offering a bridge over Pekisko Creek, a tree-shaded clearing and heritage buildings. As well as a Percheron horse-drawn wagon ride.

Manoir-Papineau National Historic Site in Quebec.
Overlooking the Ottawa River is the Louis-Joseph Papineau’s 19th century grand manor house. The manor house has a small chapel and Salon Bleu that are dream locations.

Fort Langley National Historic Site in British Columbia.
Since the time of the fur trade, Fort Langley has been a romantic wedding site. The fort’s location is on the outskirts of Vancouver, and its period buildings and outdoor spaces can accommodate weddings of all sizes.

Fort Malden National Historic Site in Ontario.
The Fort Malden’s grounds, 19th century buildings, and its riverfront along the banks of the Detroit River in Amherstburg offers a unique venue.

Canadian historical site venues are ideal for summer weddings.

Halifax Citadel National Historic site.
Photo © Parks Canada/H. Rushton.

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site in Nova Scotia.
This is where you can host your wedding in a venue that is rich in heritage. The Citadel site is at the top of the city’s highest point, as the Victorian-era fort overlooks the harbour.

If you want to see other national historic sites click here for a list of locations from coast to coast.

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