Maritime Parc opened its doors in 2009 and has been hosting weddings and other special events for locals ever since. With the Liberty Landing Marina and the New York City skyline in the background, it undoubtedly has a beautiful setting, especially during the day. The Sky Room can seat 375 and has a dance floor, while the Aviary seats 125. You can book one or both of the rooms for the special day. If the affair is a smaller one, the restaurant on the ground floor is also available for casual brunches or romantic dinners.
The Liberty House is a Jersey City restaurant with some of the best views of the New York City skyline. Located in Liberty State Park, the Liberty House can accommodate smaller groups of 75 in the Liberty Room, as well as up to 325 in the Grand Ballroom. If you’re looking for both the ceremony and reception to be in the same place, the Liberty House can put that together on the venue’s lush grounds.
While The Westin Jersey City Newport brings something a little extra to the table. The hotel offers a special package for South Asian weddings. Since the Newport Grand Ballroom can host up to 650 people, it’s the perfect place for a big, traditional affair.
The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre has been proudly standing across the street from the Journal Square transportation hub since the 1920s. Although it’s used more as a space for live concerts, theatre, film and other performing arts, it is also a popular wedding venue because of its lush and classic decor, which makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.
RoofTop at Exchange Place is a great location for a wedding with a modern and metropolitan feel. Located at the top of the Hyatt House Jersey City, there are riverfront views and the New York City skyline. The Terrace South and Terrace East are meant for more intimate affairs, being able to hold less than 100 people. If you have a bigger party (up to 200), the RoofTop Atrium is a better choice. The RoofTop Atrium also has a retractable glass canopy, to turn your indoor reception into an open-air soiree.
For the budding scientist in many of us, check out the famous Liberty Science Center. The interactive museum not only has informative exhibits but the largest IMAX dome in the whole of the United States. If you’re looking for an out-of-the-box yet beautiful space to tie the knot, Liberty Science Center is a great reception venue.
Built in 1910, White Eagle Hall was initially used for community events hosted by St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, as well as a practice space for the St. Anthony Frairs’ basketball team. After going through a major restoration, it reopened in April 2017 and serves as one of Jersey City’s concert venues. With an 800 standing-room capacity and 400 for seating, it also puts on theatre shows, film screenings, and family shows. White Eagle Hall also hosts weddings and other private events.