The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is an award winning national historic site and wedding venue located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The venue features beautiful banquet halls and waterfront views which creates an unforgettable atmosphere. The team at the Museum promise to go above and beyond to ensure that your special day is hassle-free.
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The Canadian Museum of Immigration has four wedding ready event spaces available. The Kenneth C. Rowe Hall offers space for up to 550 guests for a reception or 440 guests for banquets and ceremonies. It features a stage, sound system and lighting system, and high ceilings. The Chrysler Canada Pavilion can fit up to 300 guests for a reception, up to 100 guests for diners and up to 200 guests for ceremonies. It features floor-to-ceiling windows which provide a magnificent view of Halifax Harbor.
The Rudolph P. Bratty Hall can fit up to 70 guests for banquets, up to 250 guests for receptions and up to 50 guests for ceremonies. It features floor-to-ceiling windows and stadium seating for 100 people. The Ralph and Rose Chiodo Gallery offers space for receptions up to 300 guests and banquets or meetings up to 200 guests. It includes floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the harbor as well as a podium and microphone.
The venue offers wedding services that are complimentary with the booking of one of the event spaces. These services include site visits/ consultations and pre wedding planning assistance, Day of wedding servoce through on site coordinator, oval banquet tables & chairs, heritage interpreters provided with the rental of Rudoph P Bratty Hall
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So professional, so accommodating.
The only negative as that there was a cruise ship blocking the beautiful harbour view until almost 10pm. They had indicated when we booked the venue that the cruise ships left at 4pm latest. However, in the grand scheme, this was not a big deal and the view is lovely at night as well.
The staff went above and beyond to make sure our day was flawless. They promptly answered our emails and were there to make sure everything went as planned the day of.
We opted for a late ceremony and had appetizers at the reception. They served mini fish and chips, spring rolls, mini pad thai etc. We have only heard rave reviews from our guests! To top it all off, we had a donair station as our late snack during the evening.
The museum is just moments away from Point Pleasant Park which makes a wonderful spot for photos. Would highly recommend this venue to anyone who is planning on a waterfront wedding!
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Beautiful location and supportive staff
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