Our Gettysburg Wedding Event Spaces
Make your wedding and reception a historic event.
There are endless options when it comes to choosing the setting for your wedding. Are you dreaming of a classic and traditional ballroom wedding, but want to add your own unique touches? Have you always envisioned an outdoor ceremony, but don’t want to have to worry about rain? The Gettysburg Hotel can make these dreams come true with our array of flexible options for all of your wedding needs – rehearsal dinners, welcome cocktail receptions, ceremonies, receptions, and post-wedding activities. Take advantage of our ideal location in downtown historic Gettysburg, with stylish accommodations, and stellar amenities and services.Request More Information
Originally the Gettysburg National Bank built in 1814, this space maintains its original class and elegance, featuring an exquisite, 28’ hand-painted ceiling, inlaid with gold and accentuated with the original Grecian border. The largest of our event spaces, the sweeping evergreen draperies, and 19th-century chandeliers add to the charm and character of this historic space. The Grand Ballroom features an impressive bank vault, providing a unique backdrop for your wedding.
Grand Ballroom Photo Gallery
Featuring a distinctive view of the courtyard, the Atrium is a large open receiving area adjacent to the Grand Ballroom and Stevens Room. Expansive windows and soft seating create a comfortable atmosphere for a cocktail hour or late night snacks.
Atrium Photo Gallery
Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station
Abraham Lincoln arrived at the Gettysburg Lincoln Railroad Station prior to delivering the famous Gettysburg Address. The beautiful covered pavilion and interior railroad museum, rich with history, are the ideal locations for your ceremony, cocktail hour, or dinner reception. Conveniently located only a short walking distance of the Gettysburg Hotel, this venue offers a unique setting for your “I do’s”.
Railroad Station Photo Gallery
The Eisenhower Room is named after 5-Star General and former President Dwight D. Eisenhower who utilized the Gettysburg Hotel as his Presidential office. This space features multiple windows offering natural light and a bright atmosphere for welcome cocktail parties, rehearsal dinners, or post-wedding brunches.
Eisenhower Room Photo Gallery
Named after Thaddeus Stevens, the famous lawyer and member of the US House of Representatives for Pennsylvania during the time of the Civil War, this space features multiple windows overlooking the courtyard. Conveniently located directly across from the Grand Ballroom, the Stevens Room is ideal for ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, or post-wedding brunches.
Stevens Room Photo Gallery
Daniel Webster, known as “the great orator”, gave a speech in 1833 on the front steps of the Gettysburg Hotel and is the namesake for this space. Natural light enhances this room through windows that overlook the beautiful courtyard. The Webster Room is an ideal setting for a small ceremony, a wedding day brunch, or a welcome cocktail party.
Webster Room Photo Gallery
Overlooking the bustling town square, the College Room, named after Gettysburg College, features floor to ceiling windows offering a unique, flexible atmosphere for cocktail receptions or wedding day brunches.