bride and groom kiss at the end of the aisle after their wedding ceremony as their guests cheer for their photographed by Ventura County wedding photographer

If you are looking to for a traditional and antique wedding venue with a chic flare, then a Newhall Mansion wedding is calling your name! This Victorian mansion is warm, colorful and absolutely elegant. Creating the perfect atmosphere for your big day. Not to mention, it has won Wedding Wire’s Couples Choice Award for five consecutive years. There are so many reasons to fall in love with this Ventura County wedding venue, and I can’t wait to share them with you!


The history that a wedding venue location holds contributes to it’s charm, as well as the beauty that it holds. Newhall Mansion was built in 1890 and is considered to be an iconic statement of Victorian elegance. The home went through multiple owners before the Newhall family rebuilt the mansion to restore its timeless beauty that was lost in a devastating fire. Today the mansion is kept to maintain its historical authenticity, to provide you with a fresh and fantastic wedding venue.

Newhall Mansion Wedding

Walking through Newhall mansion is like taking a trip back in time! It’s Victorian elegance radiates with the vintage glamor of the 1800s. Creating an inviting and sophisticated ambiance for your big day. Your Newhall Mansion wedding will have the comforts of a private venue, while allowing up to 300 guests to celebrate. From the halls of the mansion to the courtyard, you will be impressed with the luxurious experience.

In addition to the mansion’s beauty and generous accommodations, Newhall Mansion offers multiple spaces throughout the venue to fulfill your expectations. With serene ceremony sites to choose from, so that you vision can truly come to life! As well as an expansive courtyard that will host a reception perfectly as you dine and dance under the stars. You and your guests will be enchanted by this wedding venue.

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