Our one of a kind, historic venue and supportive staff provide the perfect combination for a wonderful wedding day.
Endless opportunities for large group or breakout sessions offer an atmosphere perfect for growth.
From once in a lifetime celebrations to simple gatherings of friends and family, Laurel Hall can make any event special.
on a Grand Scale
A part of Indiana’s historical landscape since 1916, Laurel Hall was built as the home to one of Indiana’s wealthiest families. Owned and operated by the Phi Kappa Psi Foundation and home to the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity national headquarters since 2006, Laurel Hall combines beauty and character with modern conveniences to create a perfect venue for any occasion.
Your guests will be wowed by the six-acres of grounds and 36,000 square feet this mansion boasts. Laurel Hall provides a great location for weddings up to 200 guests. Friends and family will marvel at the stained glass windows, architectural details, and ornate mantelpieces. The landscape provides a picturesque location for any ceremony.
With a value on the overall experience, Laurel Hall aims to provide our guests and their vendors with ample time to bring their event dreams to life. Our packages are designed to include time for our clients and their guest list to relax and enjoy their next great event.
Let’s make memories.
"Laurel Hall was such a stunning venue for my Indianapolis wedding. The team was flexible and welcoming and the venue truly speaks for itself. The various spaces for celebrating and taking photos are amazing. Several people who have seen the photos thought Laurel Hall was a European castle! You don’t want to miss Laurel Hall!"
Kaylin - Bride
"The staff was amazing at answering any questions in a prompt manner. The building is gorgeous and perfect for an intimate wedding. We received many complements on our choice of this venue. If you don’t want many decorations, here you don’t need them! The detail of the venue is like no other. I would highly recommend Laurel Hall for a wedding or any event."