When deciding where to host your wedding, reception, corporate meeting, reunion, or other special occasion, consider these aspects of our beautiful facility…
Looking south over a beautiful lawn across the Tennessee River at the Walnut Street Bridge, downtown Chattanooga and the Hunter Museum of American Arts and sculpture garden, this view is like no other in the entire area. Peaceful and serene, both natural beauty and urban sophistication can be found right outside our beautiful main lobby.
Located right next to Coolidge Park in the bustling North Shore district, the Theatre Centre has its own parking lot with hundreds of parking spaces and great facilities for all kinds of events.
Wedding on the lawn, reception in the lobby; conference in the lobby with presentations in the main theatre and many, many more options are available to you for your party or event. We have kitchens to help you make your event just perfect.
“I would highly recommend the Chattanooga Theatre Centre for a perfect wedding venue. The lobby of the centre can be converted so easy to each person’s taste for that special day. It is by far the most perfect venue in downtown Chattanooga overlooking the Tennessee River and the beauty of the riverfront. It was a very easy venue to work with. I was able to use their very own event planner which took the pressure off of me. One thing most forget in downtown Chattanooga and the North Shore is the limited parking for guests, but with CTC you can get all the parking you need for your guests. This makes it so easy and such a pleasure to know your guests will not have to struggle with parking. It was a very pleasant and enjoyable experience to have my daughter’s wedding at CTC.” – Julia Dooley
Here’s a look at what a wedding in our majestic riverfront lobby can look like! Click to see the video.
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We're in need of a makeover for our 100th Anniversary, and we want your help to give our space new life for CTC's next act. When you support the Centennial CakeOver, you're not only celebrating 100 years of high-quality community theatre, you're giving that experience to future generations.