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3 amazing new wedding venues in Dayton you HAVE to see

Published: Friday, March 02, 2018 @ 6:00 AM
By: Alex Perry


There have been a number of new wedding and event venues popping up in Dayton in the last year. 

For a couple looking for their ideal venue, one of these new spots may fit the bill. 

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RECENTLY OPENED

The Steam Plant 

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The former power generating plant is newly renovated and versatile for any size group or occasion. The interior is an open floor plan with iconic arched windows, 30-foot high ceilings, exposed beams and brick and hand-crafted two-story built-in bar.

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Address: 617 E. 3rd St., Dayton

Websitehttp://www.steamplantdayton.com

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The Honey Farm 

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This thirty-acre farm, previously known as Bull Run Farm, was the location of the area’s best known haunted hayride. It is located on the edge of Springboro and Lebanon and features a long driveway which passes a large pond, a gazebo, several original barns, open fields, a winding creek, and more.

Address: 6070 Springboro Rd., Lebanon

Websitehttps://www.thehoneyfarm.com/

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COMING SOON

Brightside Music and Event Venue 

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The venue space is a spacious room without pillars or beams to obstruct view. There are also roll-up garage doors for easy load-in load-out as well as a catering space. This space boasts 30' high ceilings, exposed brick, and windows for natural sunlight. The space is currently under renovation with plans to open this summer.

Address: 905 E. 3rd St., Dayton

Websitehttps://www.thebrightsidedayton.com

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