“The great dome of the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank headquarters once again inspires awe.” – The New York Times
Weylin B. Seymour’s located in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, minutes away from Manhattan offers a perfect combination of classic elegance and unexpected splendor. Deemed “one of the most monumental spaces surviving in New York from the Post-Civil War era” by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, this 1875‘s restored multi-level space, features two soaring 110 ft. domes over mosaic marble floors. Every corner of the landmark reveals pristine Neoclassical and High Gothic Victorian design that creates a dazzling backdrop for weddings, parties and corporate events. Party guests can even ride in one of the last unmodified “bird cage” style elevators in New York City. With its vault and surrounding details Weylin is a photographer’s delight, and will provide a lifetime of incomparable pictures for couples.
In case you’re wondering the space is named after Weylin B Seymour, the legendary denizen of 19th Century Williamsburg, a well-loved socialite, party host and matchmaker. The perfect namesake for the coolest new spot to host a New York wedding.