Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture

If you’re looking for a beautiful wedding venue in San Francisco, head over to Fort Mason Center. Located on the waterfront of Great Meadow Park and overlooking the Bay Bridge. This charming space is perfect as your backdrop for celebrating one of life’s biggest milestones! In order to make sure your wedding day looks exactly how you’ve always dreamed, there are a number of event spaces that deserve exploration here.

This historically rich Arts and Culture Center is indeed one for the books. You’ll have array of choices that will give you that San Francisco spirit all through out! The General’s Residence is a romantic location that can host up to 130 guests for one room or 250 in two. It has floor-to-ceiling windows in every room, which you can enjoy scenic views of the bay. Also, there’s the Gallery 308’s industrial-chic design that’s perfect for hundreds of guests. Along with the waterfront views of the Golden Gate Bridge that are amazing, especially at sunset! While The Firehouse is an intimate, delightful event space with a lovely view of Angel Island and Alcatraz. It can also fit up to 80 guests inside the venue itself. Additionally, there’s the Chapel with its mission-style, non-denominational setting. Further, you won’t have to go far to enjoy innovative art!

Visitors to Fort Mason first notice the extensive views of the San Francisco Bay. The site has a history that dates back to 1797. It was where the Mexican Army built the fort along California’s coastline, and it was later taken over by the U.S military who made further developments on this historic spot. Today, there is much more going on here – after being developed as part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area in 1972.

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