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Weddings at Century Memorial Chapel
Built in 1864 the charm and elegance of Century Memorial Chapel comes through in its original stained glass windows and decorative hand stenciling. The curved buttresses, dark woods and globe lighting highlight the Gothic Revival style of architecture. This historic wedding venue near downtown Naperville, Illinois was moved in 1970 from Jefferson and Ellsworth Streets in Naperville to its present site as the cornerstone of Naper Settlement, a history museum.
With seating for up to 175 guests, our nondenominational chapel is the perfect setting for your wedding ceremony. Come make some memories in one of Chicagoland's only historic wedding chapels!
one hour for rehearsal
two hours for service and use of Century Memorial Chapel
Bridal dressing room (located in the lower level)
Services & Amenities:
seating for 175-200 people
wheelchair and ramp access
located near I-88 and I-355 tollways
suburban location (near Aurora, Bolingbrook, Downers Grove, Lisle, Warrenville, Wheaton)
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Available times include:
Monday-Thursday: Flexible hours
Friday: 3-5 pm, 6-8 pm, flexible
Saturday: 9-11 am, 12-2 pm, 3-5 pm & 6-8 pm
Sunday: 2-4 pm and 5-7 pm
Ask about our NEW winter rates!
For rates and wedding availability, please call our main office at 630.420.6010,
Monday through Friday, between 8 am and 4 pm or e-mail
If you wish to come onto the grounds with a bride and groom or bridal party that is not scheduled to be married in Century Memorial Chapel, please note the fees in the Portrait Photography Policy.
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523 S. Webster St., Naperville, IL 60540 • 630.420.6010 • Fax: 630.305.4044
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