Special Events & Weddings in Acworth

Host Your Event in Acworth!

Host your special event in Acworth – whether a corporate or business event, banquet, family gathering, or wedding! Acworth is the perfect location and our premier event venues offer a variety of setting and amenities.

Couples love getting married in Acworth! With distinct wedding venues located in historic downtown Acworth, and the beautiful scenery of our parks, Acworth makes for a wonderful wedding setting for your perfect day!

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TANYARD CREEK OVERLOOK

Tanyard Creek Overlook has 7,000+ square feet of event and meeting space and is located in the beautiful green space of Logan Farm Park. The venue is perfect for all types of events: weddings, receptions, and corporate events. SEE MORE

Cedar Plantation

Cedar Plantation is a gracious southern mansion located on four acres, just five minutes drive from I-75 in the historic district of Acworth. Take a break from the office and have your next business event or wedding at this beautiful and relaxing historic facility.

Dogwood Terrace

Dogwood Terrace is a full-service restaurant and catering venue, specializing in weddings, rehearsal dinners, corporate meetings and other special occasions. They offer the perfect setting to hold your wedding, rehearsal dinner or shower of up to 100 guests.

Logan Farm House

The Logan Farm House is a truly unique event space located in downtown Acworth GA. It’s 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta, but a world away in country charm. This historic building, circa 1850, represents the first settlers in the area. A major renovation was completed...

The Conservatory

This charming wedding venue is located in a beautiful historic building. It has brick walls and brick walkways throughout the building. On the main level there is a large open room with several seating areas, as well as a special area for gifts and a...

The Cowan Historic Mill

  NOW BOOKING FOR FALL 2019!   The Cowan Historic Mill is Acworth’s oldest commercial building. It was built by resident, John Cowan, in the late 1870’s. It began as a flourmill, and later became a tapestry mill. Since that time, it has been remodeled...

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