Welcome to Going to the Chapel at Hycroft in Vancouver’s neighbourhood of Shaughnessy. Going to the Chapel at Hycroft provides a beautiful surrounding for an intimate marriage ceremony. The chapel is located in what is known as the green solarium of the Edwardian style mansion named Hycroft. Hycroft was built in 1909 for Alexander Duncan McRae, a leading businessman and politician in Western Canada by the architect Thomas Hooper. The room has windows on three sides with views to the garden and is decorated in imported Italian tiles with a spectacular Tiffany glass lighted ceiling.
Going to the Chapel at Hycroft provides a beautiful Shaughnessy venue for your intimate marriage ceremony.
From the moment you enter and are greeted by the ceremony hostess your wedding party will be treated to this special location for your important ceremony. Take your time and enjoy.
Access to the terrace and gardens for photography. Enjoy a stand up reception or sit down meal in the beautiful adjacent Drawing Room.
Available: October thru April
Not Available Statutory Holidays.
Maximum Number of Guests: 30
Ceremony and Reception (Food and Beverage Extra): $2695