Wish Well House
For those looking to escape the ordinary, Wish Well House in Georgetown, TX offers a unique blend of industrial and historical backdrop to your special day. At first glance, this one-of-a-kind wedding venue is simply one of Georgetown’s historical building treasures, but as you explore the newly expanded space, you discover the modern touches that make this space special. Wish Well House can host an event of up to 300 people.
A Modern Urban Wedding Venue
Georgetown, TX offers one of Texas’s most charming downtowns with a bustling square with nearby entertainment, restaurants and shopping. Wish Well House is located near this vibrant Town Square in what used to be Georgetown’s first hotel. This historical landmark is being transformed into a hip, modern wedding venue that still retains its original historical charm.
A Venue Managed by
Wish Well House is a part of Heyday Hospitality, the same group that owns and manages The Union on Eighth, a popular urban and industrial venue also located near Georgetown’s Town Square.
A Space with Real History
Step inside Wish Well House, its stunning high ceilings, original hardwood floors, natural light warmly streaming through the two stories of windows and what you’ll find is that, behind all the beauty around you, is quite the history.
1920 was the date. And Sheriff Lee O. Allen was the man behind the building, constructing the then, 8 room home, into a refuge for his growing family. Sheriff Allen, one of the counties first, was in the midst of helping the future Governor of Texas, Dan Moody, investigate the Ku Klux Klan in what would eventually help bring the downfall of the Klan in the State of Texas.Read More
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