Looking for the perfect reception site for your Charleston wedding? Check out the Old Charleston Exchange Building, one of the most charming historic structures downtown! Located at the intersection of East Bay and Broad Streets, the Old Exchange Building has tons of character (it even housed infamous gentleman pirate Stede Bonnet) as well as striking architecture.
The building facade makes for beautiful, distinctive wedding photography, and the interior rooms offer a rich backdrop for your reception, making this is a wonderfulvenue to consider if you’re planning a Charleston wedding. You’re encouraged to reserve your date well in advance, and keep in mind that the Old Exchange Building is only available for wedding receptions after 6:30 PM.
The Old Exchange Building is situated a short distance from scenic Battery Park as well as being only a few blocks from many of Charleston’s beautiful churches, such as St. Philip’s Church, St. Michael’s Church, the Circular Congregational Church, the French Protestant Church, and the St. John the Baptist Cathedral.
This elegant venue offers a central location in historic downtown, versatile spaces, and opportunities for a number of wonderful photo ops! Charleston wedding photography is made simple when you are able to shoot in reception halls like the Old Exchange Building. Also, if you want your guests to relive a bit of colonial history, you can have an open tour of the Provost Dungeon which lies below the Exchange.
Visit the The Old Exchange Building and Provost Dungeon website for booking and more information.
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