Best Park/Garden wedding venues in Kentucky

Our Curated List of the Top 10 Kentucky Park/Garden Wedding Venues
  • 1
    Red Orchard Barn
    Shelbyville, Kentucky
    In March 2007, Clarence Miller, officially donated his 131 acre gorgeous farm, now known as Red Orchard Park, to Shelby County's Parks Department. It had been his family's home since 1925.
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    Terrapin Hill Farm
    Harrodsburg, Kentucky
    Terrapin Hill Farm is nestled in the rolling hills of the beautiful Bluegrass region of central Kentucky, the perfect setting for your perfect country wedding. Full of natural beauty and rustic charm, Terrapin Hill Farm is a peaceful place to relax with family and friends. The farm offers a variety of beautiful scenery, from panoramic views to secluded woodlands - plus all the amenities you need.
  • 3
    Smothers Park
    Owensboro, Kentucky
    Smothers Park is a beautiful location for you to tie the knot at. With 3 signature fountains and a cascading waterfall, this picturesque location will exceed all expectations! Surround yourself on this special day with all your family and friends. This stunning venue will be one to remember as you create memories to last a lifetime!
  • 4
    Blackacre State Nature Preserve and Historic Homestead
    Louisville, Kentucky
    Rural land has all but disappeared in Jefferson County– and with it, our only ties to the history of Kentucky’s early settlement. The Blackacre State Nature Preserve and Historic Homestead exists to preserve the precious traces of our past that have been all but erased in Louisville’s expansion into and development of its rural lands.
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    Lost River Cave
    Bowling Green, Kentucky
    Unite with your beloved amidst the beauty of nature. The tradition of using Lost River Cave for special events dates back to the 1930s, making it the perfect place to create your own family history. Imagine walking down the aisle under a canopy of trees, surrounded by nature and loved ones. The Riverwalk at Lost River Cave is a naturally romantic location to unite with the love of your life.
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    Yew Dell Botanical Gardens
    Crestwood, Kentucky
    Yew Dell Botanical Gardens is a magical site to host your wedding day festivities. Gardens upon gardens provide your wedding day with exploration and plenty of picturesque sites. No matter the season, Yew Dell always looks beautiful. Enjoy an outdoor wedding amongst the flowers or an indoors affair in Gheens Barn. Gheens Barn features a beautiful wooden interior with high ceilings.
  • 7
    Earthjoy Treehouse Village
    Brooksville, Kentucky
    ~EarthJOY~ Treehouse Village WEDDINGS, YOGA & RETREATS DESCRIPTION Get married in an original Pete Nelson tree house built by TreeHOUSE master Pete Nelson and crew. Famously known as "The Kentucky Climbers Cottage". At this venue you also receive accomodations for up to 30. You will have seating for 150. More if needed for additional set up cost.
  • 8
    Historic Locust Grove
    Louisville, Kentucky
    A National Historic Landmark, Locust Grove is a unique example of early Kentucky architecture, craftsmanship and history. The beautifully preserved grounds and 1792 Georgian mansion tell the story of its builders, of American beginnings, and now, of your love story.
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    The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation's Hopemont Garden
    Lexington, Kentucky
    Owned since 1955 by the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation, Hopemont and its grounds are able to be rented for a variety of events, including weddings, receptions, and business meetings. Built in 1814, Hopemont includes early-19th century interior and furnishings, an intimate garden, historic grounds, and a private parking lot.
  • 10
    Lexington, Kentucky
    Enjoy Keeneland for your wedding celebration. With so many venue options to choose from, there’s something for every bride at this spectacular location. Keeneland's largest and most popular space is the Entertainment Center and Keene Barn. Known for its barn-like ceilings and stone facade, this versatile space is an elegant venue with a rustic, Kentucky feel.