Thomson-McDuffie has a growing number of wedding venues for your event. From historic sites to farms and outdoor venues, your special day can be accommodated in Southern style and grace.
The Wrightsboro Methodist Church, is an old-fashioned charmer with a magical setting for your wedding. The pretty church seats just 100 people for an intimate gathering amidst the romance and rustic splendor that recalls the original meeting house that once stood on this site. Now a small Methodist church, it is a solemn and historic wedding venue.
The stately columned historic Bowden-Johnson House built in the 1840s is a gracious example of Greek revival architecture. This events venue is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The home is not only an elegant site for receptions, but a beautiful venue for weddings and other special occasions: reunions and family gatherings, holiday and tea parties, ladies luncheons, engagement parties, bridal and baby showers, Sunday brunches and other events that require tasteful sophistication combined with welcoming warmth. The venue sits on acres of impeccably manicured lawn, lending itself beautifully to outdoor tented affairs, including weddings.
The Thomson Depot, built in 1860, is perched alongside the railroad tracks and charmingly landscaped and accented with black wrought iron railings and park benches, is the perfect venue for any type of gathering—birthday and anniversary parties, wedding receptions, meetings and more. The large events room inside the old depot has a maximum occupancy of 200 and features original hardwood floors, exposed granite walls, a commercial kitchen and a large covered pavilion area adjacent for outdoor gatherings.