A family home built in the 1930s, the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art is a historic wedding venue deeply rooted in the Saint Joseph community. This one-of-a-kind space is home to one of the finest art collections in the Midwest, sure to add a touch of grandeur to your romantic union. A hidden gem and beloved museum, this mansion offers visual splendor in abundance. Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art offers a selection of distinctive spaces to accommodate any wedding celebration style. As the former home of visionary and small business owner William Albrecht and his wife Lena, the museum holds a certain warmth and intimacy. Standing for almost a century, the property boasts an eclectic mix of decor, from the authentic Speakeasy to the original family dining room that now serves as the Schroeder Gallery. The venue allows you the chance to walk the aisle embraced by original masterpieces dating from the 18th century to the 21st. Afterward, you can revel in your milestone union in the Cafe Dining Room, which accommodates up to 150 seated guests. This modern space offers flexibility and airy interiors, which you can masterfully transform into a cocktail reception setting for up to 250. You will have no shortage of choices for receptions, showers, with the Barclay Gallery being a perfect option for 30. To top it off, you will have access to a regal Bridal Suite that offers a luminous and luxurious space to prepare for the big day. Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art welcomes events of all sizes, whether an intimate gathering of ten or a destination wedding cocktail reception for 250. The team is dedicated to making your chosen spaces safe and comfortable for all guests. They offer a standard wedding package that covers staffing, set-up and clean-up services, and more. A premium option is also available where you can enjoy all the basics with some elegant enhancements such as centerpieces and linens. As part of your booking, you can enlist a preferred caterer who will have full use of the on-site kitchen. Additional support is provided by the St. Joseph Visitor's Bureau.