Winterport / maine

Crooked Steeple Hall

 
 
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one wedding three venues

 

Nestled along Maine’s winding Penobscot River, Crooked Steeple Hall has been a fixture in Winterport dating back to 1850. Boasting the original working church bell cast in 1872, striking stain glass windows and 20-inch-wide wooden floorboards, Crooked Steeple Hall has been thoughtfully and painstakingly renovated with finishing touches in 2019. It is poised to be a distinct wedding locale offering a true Maine experience for couples seeking a one-of-a-kind Maine destination.

Located across the street from another local landmark, The Winterport Union Meeting House, Crooked Steeple Hall offers the unique opportunity to hold your wedding ceremony in one historic Maine building and your wedding reception right across the street, in another. Both buildings are located on the National Register of Historic Places and the Winterport Union Meeting House is lovingly maintained by a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to its restoration and maintenance.

We can't wait to see you.