Built in 1934, the Niagara Falls Wedding Chapel has hosted thousands of weddings over the past 80 years. It is also home to Calvary Chapel, a non-denominational community Church, pastored by Rev. Henry Verrier who is part of the Wedding Company team.
This Niagara Falls landmark is located at 6053 Franklin Avenue, Niagara Falls, just a 5 minute drive (2.7 km) from the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. It is one block off of Lundy’s Lane, one of the Niagara Regions busiest and most popular streets. This little white Chapel is well equipped, with central air conditioning, floral arrangements at the front placed on decorative pillars, a table for signing, surround sound music (CD) as well as a change room for the bride. There are also restrooms available for your guests.
Yes, your commemorative marriage certificate will actually say: “MARRIED IN NIAGARA FALLS”. In fact, we are so close to the Falls itself that many couples have actually remarked about how they could see the mist rising from the falls as they stood on the front steps of the Chapel. In the spring and summer, enjoy the beautiful flowers and shrubs as a backdrop for your photos, as well as two magnificent Japanese Maple trees located on both sides of the Chapel entrance. Our caretaker Hugh is the best there is!!
Beautifully decorated, the chapel rental includes
- 1 hour chapel time
- decorations (two pillars with flower arrangements)
- surround sound music (music provided) change room and restrooms for couples and their guests
- commemorative wedding certificate: Married in Niagara Falls
- keepsake copy of the ceremony printed on a trifold
- unlimited consultation by one of our staff members
- free parking
The Chapel is unique in that if you are Eloping here in Niagara Falls or planning a large wedding with up to 100 people, we can accommodate you. For those wanting to bring extra decorations such as pew markers, there are 8 pews on each side for a total of 16. They are solid oak and we would prefer your decorations be fastened with either tape or ribbon. And yes, we can pull the rope and ring the old fashion bell for you as you exit the Chapel!!