In Norwegian, Valhalla means “heavenly place.” In fact, this is an apt name for this Lake Tahoe wedding venue that features 74 acres of lakeside property. The main building, the Grand Hall, sits on the south east shore of Lake Tahoe on the Tallac Historic site. The building dates back to 1923, and harbors a 20 foot stone fireplace, hardwood floors, and French doors that open onto a wrap-around porch with views of Lake Tahoe. Valhalla weddings feature a historic element in an idyllic setting that you won’t find at most other venues.
Although this venue requires outside vendors to bring your event to life, the setting is hard to beat. And the close proximity to South Lake Tahoe makes the extra effort totally worth it. I definitely recommend working with a Lake Tahoe wedding planner to help coordinate the logistics of your wedding day. Once the details are all in place, you will enjoy one of the most scenic wedding venues in the basin. The Grand Hall is a unique historic building that your guests will love. A short walk brings you to a private beach, not to mention a pier right on the lake.
Valhalla has a rustic elegance you won’t find at most Lake Tahoe wedding venues. The setting for outdoor ceremonies during the summer is beautiful. Even during the winter, Valhalla is a great venue for indoor weddings.
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This is a series of posts to help you find the perfect Lake Tahoe wedding venue. For more information, visit the Valhalla website. Chris Werner is a Lake Tahoe wedding photographer with a modern, candid, photojournalistic approach. Learn more about him on his bio page, or by contacting Chris Werner Photography.