When you are a little girl you always dream of that fairy tale wedding...Laurel Hall allows you to live out that dream!!! Laurel Hall is busting at its seems with grace, elegance, and charm. My guests loved walking around within and around the grounds, always finding something to do, or look at! I loved dancing the night away, and being able to see my friends and family outside, even interacting with each other through the windows!! Stephanie was more than amazing, she answered all 500 billion questions I had with a kind and friendly attitude! This is not only extremely helpful, but calming for the bride to be! The facility allows you plenty of time the day before to decorate, and the day of for the wedding activities, this is something I did not find elsewhere. Having both the ceremony and the reception in one place was perfect, everyone loved it!! There are no draw backs to Laurel Hall, only positive things to say, and there is so much i could say :)

~ Melissa Alexander-Mugg Bride :: Wedding & Reception


Whether you're planning a small meeting, company retreat or picnic, wedding or family reunion, Laurel Hall offers an extraordinary value. Set on six acres of land on Indianapolis' beautiful east side, Laurel Hall combines form and function to accommodate your event. The impressive 1916 Jacobean Revival manor house provides a timeless backdrop for any special event, combining history, beauty and character, with helpful modern conveniences.

There are several indoor spaces for receptions, parties and social gatherings up to 200 people. The Ruth Lilly Conference Center is a state-of-the-art meeting space offering a full array of audiovisual equipment, WiFi access and a high-speed Webcast and teleconferencing system. Two elegant dining rooms provide a special space for your meal functions. All areas are air conditioned and heated for the comfortability of you and your guests.

The grounds provide a stunning setting during any season, offering space for outdoor social gatherings, meals or just photography. Originally designed in 1915, the property includes a number of plantings quite rare to the Midwest, brought from Europe by the original landscape architect. A new landscape master plan has resulted in walking paths and a waterfall.

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