Our Favourite Wedding Venues – Fall/Winter 2021

Wedding Worthy Venues (reception halls, banquet spaces, golf courses) is a special feature of The Wedding Ring Magazine that’s designed to give you an at-a-glance look at some of the amazing wedding locations found in South Western Ontario.

FANSHAWE PIONEER VILLAGE
IN LONDON

519-457-1296 Ext. 813 | fanshawepioneervillage.ca | review in The Ring

CELEBRATE YOUR FUTURE with a step back in time. Choose a 19th-century church or beautiful park with a gazebo for your unique wedding ceremony, and heritage barn or expansive grounds for your reception. For a more modern facility with a view of the lake, we have our Trillium Gallery, the newest addition to our venues.

FANSHAWE PIONEER VILLAGE OFFERS INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CEREMONY AND RECEPTION OPTIONS | UP TO 400 GUESTS | LAKESIDE CEREMONIES | NATURAL GREEN SPACE | MULTIPLE PHOTO LOCATIONS | HISTORIC, RUSTIC BARN FOR RECEPTIONS | GAZEBO

LOCATION: Fanshawe Pioneer Village | PHOTOS: Kelly Taylor Photography, Olive Photography

If you’d like to ask Fanshawe Pioneer Village questions about booking your wedding, you can contact them directly using the form below

Want more? Find everything from colour schemes to wedding menus, and package pricing by checking out wedding venue reviews at TheWeddingRing.ca.

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