Old Saint Hilary's

North Bay



Known as Tiburon’s iconic hillside landmark, Old St. Hilary’s stands out not only as an architecturally important site, but also as a charming historic wedding venue. Originally constructed in 1888 as a house of worship for local railroad workers, the building is one of the few remaining Carpenter Gothic churches to survive in its original setting. Imagine making your grand entrance through towering redwood doors, saying your “I do’s” beneath stunning vaulted ceilings made of Douglas fir. The space’s inherent loveliness is only further emphasized by the vintage-style chandeliers and replica antique furnishings, reminiscent of a more gracious time. Sparkling amber glass windows are sure to attract the eye, creating a truly splendorous ambiance as you share your first kiss as spouses with your beloved. Once you seal the deal, consider taking unforgettable wedding photos -- or simply taking a pleasant stroll -- through the flourishing John Thomas Howell Wildflower Preserve adjacent to Old St. Hilary’s.

Venue Style

Historic/Landmark Building, Ocean/Waterfront View, Church/Temple, Vintage/Rustic


Indoor Ceremony


Max Indoor Ceremony: 115 guests

Time Restrictions

Flexible set up start time. Early morning can be arranged. Events must end by 10:00PM.

Rental Fees

The rental fee is $1,500 for a ceremony only wedding and includes 6 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. Additional hours can be arranged for a fee of $300/hr. A refundable security deposit of $500 is required.

Wedding Cost

The average wedding cost at Old Saint Hilary's is estimated at $1,500 for a ceremony only for 100 guests.

Amenities Included

Venue set up and clean up
Day of onsite manager
No kitchen
Parking can be arranged

Special Restrictions

Venue must approve all decorations
General liability insurance required
No catering allowed
Amplified music OK indoors only
No smoking
Music must end by 9:00PM