Reception Facilities

Now that you've arranged your perfect wedding, let the City of Markham help you complete the day with a reception at one of several beautiful heritage and modern locations throughout the community.

Markham Museum

The 25-acre historic Markham Museum site includes its own church and church hall for indoor weddings, and sweeping views for an outdoor wedding of almost any size, along with many attractions for your guests to enjoy.

To reserve the Markham Museum call 905.294.4576 or visit their website for more information

Varley Art Gallery

The Varley Art Gallery offers large and versatile spaces, both indoor and outdoor, for your function or event. Our spaces accommodate best for wedding ceremonies, recitals, cocktail hours, and corporate events. Located at the north end of the historic Main Street Unionville, the Gallery is located steps away from local fine dining restaurants, boutique shops, and the picturesque TooGood Pond.

To reserve the Varley Art Gallery call 905.477.7000 extension 3261 or visit their website for more information

Heintzman House c.1817

For a refined heritage experience and equally stunning photographs, the Heintzman House offers beautiful period rooms for your preparations, your ceremony, your reception and your photographs, which can also be taken in the lovely landscaped gardens. To reserve the Heintzman House call 905.889.7980 or visit their website for more information

More Locations & Facilities

In addition to our historic sites, the City of Markham has a number of other popular venues suitable for your wedding reception or pre-wedding celebrations. For more information on these facilities please visit Markham facility profiles.

Some popular wedding photo locations:

  • Varley Art Gallery, Historic Unionville
  • Box Grove Community Centre, Box Grove
  • Cedar Grove Community Centre, Cedar Grove
  • Markham Village Train Station, Main Street Markham
  • Victoria Square Community Centre, Victoria Square
  • Rouge River Community Centre on Markham Green Golf Course
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