About Huble Homestead Historic Site
Make all your wedding dreams come true at the Huble Homestead Historic Site in Prince George, British Columbia. The venue is located within Giscome Portage Regional Park on the banks of the lovely Fraser River. A number of heritage buildings are featured on the property, such as the Huble House, the Salmon Valley Post Office, and the Animal Shelter. It is an exceptional choice for couples seeking a rustic venue for celebrating their special day.
Facilities and capacity
Celebrate your ceremony on the banks of the Fraser River or any of the venue’s other gorgeous outdoor locations. A reception can follow in the beautiful ground-level indoor space or in the loft, which can seat up to 75 guests.
The venue’s professional event staff offers unmatched services, guaranteeing your event will be great success. From event spaces to catering and planning to decorations, no detail will go unnoticed. You are free to customize your event just as you desire. The staff is open to working with outside vendors if needed. Services provided by the venue include:
Catering services at this historic venue include buffet-style meals of homemade delicacies accompanied by hot and cold drinks. Delicious dishes include:
The venue is operated by the Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Heritage Society, which was established in 1984 to preserve the historic Huble House and surrounding area. Huble Homestead Historic Site has been a popular local attraction since its opening in 1989.
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Celia Perrins · Married on 10/10/2010
We were looking for a charming rustic venue and Huble Homestead had it for a phenomenally low price. It was a beautiful site and we had our wedding on a sunny fall day. Frankly, I think they could have easily charged more for their site and their service.Sent on 13/10/2010
So if you're looking for a steal of a deal on a rustic wedding venue, book Huble Homestead.
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