One of the most charming wedding venues in Austin, Texas, Mercury Hall is nestled on a secluded hilltop, just five minutes south of downtown. The historic structure sits on four acres of lush gardens and century old live oak trees. Formerly a church, the hall was built in 1904 but moved to Austin in 1997 in four separate pieces and renovated. It has all of the simple, rustic elegance you would expect from a country church built around the turn of the century, but the grounds and furnishings have a modern vibe.
During the day the interior is lit by stained glass windows and at night by chandeliers, giving a sun-kissed glow to the white shiplap walls and original hardwood floors. This Austin wedding venue is a favorite amongst photographers who love the natural light in the space and evergreen landscape.