Weddings at Opus 40
It is with no exaggeration that I say that having our wedding at Opus 40 was a dream come true for myself and Gabriel. We cannot thank the Opus 40 team enough for their support along the way in our process of planning for our wedding day, as well as their generous help on the day itself. The experience was beautiful beyond words. – Gabriel and Hannah
Opus 40 and Caroline Crumpacker brought the vision that we had for our wedding to life. We wanted something peaceful, serene, unique and rich in history and all that and more was provided. If you are looking for special scenery and a place for your guests to explore, Opus 40 is the perfect location. Our wedding was not just about us but it was for our guests, we wanted to give them a place they will remember not just in thought but in feeling. Opus 40 was that place. – Jason and Kyle
Opus 40 is a sculpture park with meadows, fountains, statues and one remarkable 6.5-acre sculpture, all surrounded by private forests and the majestic Catskill Mountains, with mesmerizing sunset views.
You can host your reception, dinner and/or wedding ceremony in several bucolic locations across Opus 40’s main campus. Our large meadow overlooking our world-famous sculpture, for instance, can accommodate up to 400 people, tents, tables and chairs, as well as a dance floor and buffets/bars, and is typically the location selected for tented dinners and receptions.
There is also a small area for cocktails near the outdoor pool and fountain, in addition to a 30-seat screening room, gallery and workshop.
With outdoor lighting and numerous electrical outlets, the site offers resources for full-service catering, multiple bands and speakers, serving areas and a bar.
For wedding parties, we have an on-site office space/cabin with a desk, bookshelves, a table and chairs and a bathroom with shower available for a small fee for the duration for your rental.
We partner with several local venues on wedding party accommodations.
We are delighted to work with local wedding and event planner Gina Maloney on events large and small.