Weddings & Receptions
Elegant indoor & outdoor Weddings & Receptions for 2 to 100
. . . the property is amazing
—St. Louis Bride Magazine
For a fairy tale wedding to remember, what could be more wondrously romantic than exchanging your wedding vows in the opulence and splendor of the mansion built as a wedding gift?
Now you can become part of the legacy by being wed at this magnificent piece of history—built by railroad baron Z. B. Job as a wedding present for his son and his son's bride—Mary Drummond, heiress to the Drummond Tobacco fortune.
For more than a century, The BEALL MANSION has been the St. Louis area place to entertain and to impress. With its 12 foot ceilings and crystal chandeliers, period antiques and marble and bronze statuary—for elegant weddings and events of 2 to one 100—no other property can compare.
Perfect Wedding Guide - 5 Star Review
As Classy As The Palace We Stayed At In Italy
We married at The Beall last year in March. It was fabulous. I'm not kidding when I say Jim & Sandy are the BEST hosts I've ever had the pleasure of experiencing. The Beall is truly as classy as palaces we stayed at in Italy. The attention to detail is perfect. They were so very accommodating - making sure every detail of our stay was perfect.
Wedding Packages & Pricing
According to "The Knot Real Weddings Study", last year the average price of a wedding in the U.S. was $33,931.00. Whether you want to spend the average, less, or more—we have a plan for virtually every budget.
Click or tap below to explore our wide array of wedding and reception packages and rates.
Conveniently located on Millionaire's Row in the Middletown Historic District of Alton, IL—12 blocks from the Mississippi River, 25 minutes from the St. Louis Gateway Arch, and 25 minutes from STL St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
This is going to be one of the most important days of your life. Why settle for an ordinary wedding venue when you can have “amazing”?
Come—experience for yourself why everybody's saying, “It's better at The BEALL.”
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