Memorial House has been a gathering place for weddings, receptions and parties since the 1920s. The same features that attracted guests to this venue nearly 100 years ago are still in place today: an elegant historic hall illuminated by natural light, chandeliers and a working fireplace, a garden setting amidst the monuments and waterways of Memory Grove Park, and a convenient location just minutes from downtown yet hidden away in the peaceful environment of City Creek Canyon.
Whether you are planning a traditional wedding in white or a colorful anniversary party with live music and dancing, Memorial House offers a sociable setting with stylish elegance. We welcome upscale corporate dinners and business lunches, as well as casual family brunches, nonprofit retreats, memorable celebrations of life, and of course weddings.
Veterans – 20% off any event rental
Active Military, First Responders & Teachers including law enforcement officers, paramedics, EMT’s and firefighters – 15% off any event rental
Preservation Utah Members – $200 off any event
Open House Discount – Sign your contract at an Open House hosted at Memorial House and get $200 off your security deposit
Nonprofit Sponsorship Per case – must apply to reveal your unique price. Email for the application
Availability: Open year round
Capacity: 300 guests
Event Spaces: Indoor/outdoor spaces
Wedding Planner: Optional
Food & Beverage: Preferred vendor list
Memorial House hosted our Corporate Christmas Party this year and it was beautiful. This was my first event that I had done for my company, so renting a venue like this was new to me. They had the place 'decked-out' with beautiful and classy holiday decor. Lindsi, our coordinator was a great help and walked me through the process nothing fell through the cracks. Very friendly and professional! Easy to work with and very communicative! Our event was a great success!
— Catherine Lay
Perfect spot for our work holiday party! Lindsi is a rockstar and super easy to work with! -Rio Wimmer We held our wedding celebration here, a year after it was delayed due to Covid-19. We held the ceremony down the path from the White Monument, in a nice clearing by the fountain. The area was intimate and delightful. Our reception was held at the Memorial House itself, and it was a beautiful venue with lots of indoor and outdoor space. We and our guests had a blast.
— Brady Emmett-Hulet
What do you consider your style to be?
Charismatic, creative, eclectic, brave.
What are your favorite kinds of couples to work with?
Trend-setters that also incorporate family history.
How did you get started in the wedding industry?
Friends asked to me to help them plan and work their wedding, after it happened 3 times I found I was good at it, and knew I was in love.