#MKECouples love their venues! We analyzed the searches done on MarriedInMilwaukee.com over the last year to find which wedding venues are popular with couples visiting our site.
We did this same article last year at it was a great success. A lot has changed this year as we welcome a few new venues to the top spots and had a few others fall off. Read on to see the most searched venues on MIM!
1. The Harley-Davidson Museum
We were super excited to see that weddings at the Harley-Davidson Museum have become so popular and moved up to the top spot this year! Their indoor and outdoor spaces, plenty of parking and the iconic Harley brand make the H-D Museum a must see! Photos by Front Room Photography.
2. The Pritzlaff
Pritzlaff weddings are amazing and we were excited to see them move to the number two spot on our list! We love the beauty, history and flexibility of the Pritzlaff’s four unique event spaces, and Milwaukee couples love it too. Photos by Tres Jolie Photo.
3. Anodyne Coffee – Walker’s Point
Anodyne Coffee is a very hot wedding venue, so we aren’t surprised they were the third most-searched venue on Married In Milwaukee. Their Walker’s Point location, unique space and an amazing staff make Anodyne weddings awesome. Photo by The Paper Elephant.
4. Turner Hall
It’s no secret that we love Turner Hall weddings, and apparently Milwaukee couples love them too. An event space unlike anything else in the city is what you’ll find at Turner Hall Ballroom. Photos by Front Room Photography.
5. Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery
How can you not love Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery? The history is amazing, the beer is flowing and their indoor/outdoor spaces make Best Place one of the hottest venues in town. Photos by Kathy McDowell Photography.
7. The Atrium
We aren’t surprised to see The Atrium on the list – ever since it opened last year we’ve seen tons of interest from couples in this amazing venue. Its got a great space, an amazing rooftop patio and a perfect Shorewood location. Photos by Lottie Lillian Photography.
8. The Grain Exchange
9. The Garden
The Garden moved up several spots this year, and we can see why. Couples are starting to notice its amazing Milwaukee Street location and its unique lighting and design. These things set weddings at The Garden apart from any place else in the city. Photos by John Ciciora Photography.
11. The Villa Terrace
12. The Box
The Box MKE is a great space right in the heart of downtown Milwaukee on Wisconsin Avenue. And it doesn’t stop at the venue – couples will love working with the awesome owners Jamie and Jaime. Photos by Studio 29 Photography.
13. Iron Horse Hotel
14. The Pfister Hotel
The Pfister Hotel is one of Milwaukee’s crown-jewels and an amazing space for weddings. Elegance, history and hospitality will all be part of your Pfister Hotel wedding. Photos by Front Room Photography.
15. Discovery World
16. The Milwaukee Art Museum
Weddings at Evolution are simply amazing! Their indoor/outdoor rooftop space blew us away when we first saw it, and their location on Old World Third Street can’t be beat. Photos by Little Giant Photography.
18. The Hilton City Center Hotel
This art deco gem fits perfect with elegant weddings and is one of Milwaukee’s largest hotels and wedding venues. Make sure to check out the Hilton Milwaukee City Center for your wedding. Photos by Kathy McDowell Photography.
19. Historical Society
The Milwaukee County Historical Society is one of the most unique wedding venues in town. With their “LOVE MKE” signs, old bank vaults and beautiful historic decor, you can’t go wrong. Photos by Studio 29 Photography.
20. South Shore Pavilion
This marks the first time South Shore Pavilion has been on our list, but it makes a lot of sense. It’s a great space, right on the lake and attached to a beer garden! It also might have something to do with this South Shore Cost Breakdown too, which was one of our most popular articles of 2017. Photos by Reminisce Photography.
21. The War Memorial Center
22. SURG on the Water
We love weddings at SURG on the Water! Their huge outdoor patio can fit ever last one of your wedding guests and their Third Ward location is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Photos by Studio 29 Photography.
23. South Second
It’s easy to see why South Second is so popular with Milwaukee couples – it’s an amazingly unique venue located in the hot neighborhood of Walker’s Point. Not to mention you’re gonna have amazing food since Saz’s is the exclusive caterer! Photos by McNiel Photography.
24. Wisconsin Club
25. Milwaukee Public Museum
26. Lowlands (Cafe Centraal, Hollander, Benelux, Bavaria)
Great neighborhood locations, amazing beer selection and delicious food is what you’ll find when you have your wedding at the Lowlands Group properties. The top photo is Cafe Centraal in Bay View, middle photo is Cafe Bavaria and bottom photo is Cafe Hollander both in Wauwatosa. Photos by Robyn Vining Photography.
27. Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
We love weddings at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts! Their location is awesome and so is the staff – oh yeah, you also get catering from the always delicious Sazama’s. Photos by Lottie Lillian Photography.
28. Milwaukee Athletic Club
29. The Kimpton Journeyman Hotel
The Kimpton Journeyman Hotel is a modern and chic hotel in the Historic Third Ward. Couples love their amazing rooftop space, their gorgeous hotel rooms and their ballroom. Photos by Front Room Photography.
30. The Intercontinental Hotel
We love the modern vibe and central location of the Intercontinental Hotel. Plus, its run by the Marcus Corporation, so you know the service and food will be excellent. Photos by Reminisce Photography.