Memphis’ Premiere Wedding Venue
Your Special Day in a Very Special Way
The Snowden House features an amazing backdrop for your wedding.
Snowden House is a premier Memphis Wedding Venue. If you are looking for a great venue for your wedding, in and around the Memphis area, you should take a closer look at the Snowden House. The Snowden House features an amazing backdrop for your wedding. Photographs will be captivating. Guests will be delighted. The Snowden House is a remarkable wedding destination, yet still within reach of Memphis.
Memphis' Premiere Wedding Venue
where the magnificent natural surroundings are beautifully matched and enhanced by this stately, elegant and very comfortable and luxurious lakefront home.
The Snowden House, built by one of the founding families of Memphis, is the oldest residence on Horseshoe Lake and features many architectural details including a grand marble-floored entrance with a sweeping staircase, a fan window highlighted the antique crystal chandelier, a carrera marble fireplace and three-panel guilded mirror over the fireplace, all heirlooms from one of the original family homes in Memphis.
Every memory has a setting...
Contact us about holding your event at the Snowden House
A View with a Room...
Your special day, your special event or just your special getaway ... We have just the spot.
Snowden House is a premier events venue. Many have been married here over the generations, with the setting under the canopy of the stately oak trees along the bank of Horseshoe Lake with the historic home as a backdrop make this an idyllic spot for special occasions. Snowden House is also available for corporate retreats, private dinner parties, cocktail parties and weekend wellness retreats.
For special events, there are three bedrooms with private baths available to guests at a nightly rate.
Every Family has a History...
Visit the Family Album and put faces to the names of the Snowden's rich history.
The start of something great...
In the winter of 1916, Bob Snowden was flying an old plane over eastern Arkansas, where he first spotted Horseshoe Lake and what would be his future farm.