(Closed) Unique Madison venue

posted 6 years ago in Madison Wisconsin
Post # 3
72 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Mine was at Lussier Family Heritage Center, and everybody who came said they loved it.  We planned to have the ceremony outside, but it was raining, so we had it in their downstairs room while the upstairs was being set up for the reception.  It was a pretty small wedding (about 60 people), but the rooms can easily hold more.  It’s off the South Towne Mall exit of the Beltline, and we booked a block of hotel rooms at the Sheraton on John Nolen.  That’s just one Beltline exit over, and it gave the guests easy access to the Capitol, State Street, etc.  It was also a good bit cheaper than Monona Terrace, Olbrich, Overture, etc.

Post # 4
899 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Wish I was more of a help, but I looked at all the typical places you mentioned, along with a few of the barns on the outskirts of the city and we decided on Lussier, like cyntist did.

I haven’t been to a wedding in Madsion, although my boyfriend went to a wedding at a Verona reception hall (not sure the name) and he said it was the best chicken he ever had.

Post # 5
3697 posts
Sugar bee

The Gates of Heaven synagogue in James Madison Park is a unique venue for small weddings. I don’t think you can do a reception there, but it is close to downtown.

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