With stunning architecture and elaborate Art Deco details, the Treasury on the Plaza is ideal for couples looking for a unique wedding ceremony and reception venue in St. Augustine. Wedding guests entering this elegant and historic space are transported through time to a place where memories are born and dreams come true.
Located in the very heart of St. Augustine's downtown historic district, The Treasury originally opened in 1927 as the area's central bank. The building was lovingly remodeled in 2014 to become a premier destination for weddings and events.
The majestic venue spaces at The Treasury embrace the elegance of the building's historic past while providing the sophistication of modern conveniences. When you host your wedding ceremony and reception at The Treasury, you receive exclusive access to the venue for the day. The venue has curated wedding package options to suit each couple's unique needs. The Custom Wedding Package is perfect for couples looking for a customized wedding experience and is available on any day of the week for up to 200 guests. The Intimate Wedding Package is an all-inclusive package that is available on weekdays for up to 100 guests.
State-of-the-art lighting technology transforms the venue from classic to chic and even to a high-energy nightclub at the touch of a button.
A luxurious private bridal suite with feminine furnishings, full-length mirrors, and makeup stations is the perfect sanctuary for any bride preparing to say "I do." There is also a private groom's suite with a poker table, comfortable couches, and big screen TV — the perfect man cave where the guys can relax and unwind on the wedding day.
The Treasury aspires to serve its clients and guests by making every celebration it hosts truly unforgettable. The Treasury is also available for private wedding tours. To set up a tour or for more information, contact a member of the Treasury team at (904) 217-0077, or email us here.
Those who are looking for additional venue options downtown are encouraged to consider The Treasury on the Plaza's sister property, the Lightner Museum.