"Luxuriously Affordable - Masterfully Refined"
Historic Event and Wedding Venues and Hospitality Spaces
125 E. Main St., La Grange, KY 40031 | 502.460.4782 | Open by Appointment Only
Welcome to the Historic Gatewood Building!
Luxuriously Affordable Event and Wedding Venues
Located just 10 minutes outside of Louisville, KY in the Historic District of La Grange, KY
The event spaces located within this building offer much more than cool chairs and brick walls! When you have an event at The Gallery at Gatewood Building, you also get:
Transparency - No surprise fee's or add-on's, Our pricing is clear and inclusive
Design and Event Experience - As experts in the event industry, we can give real guidance to assist with planning your day!
Commitment - Every single event in this building, big or small, is important to us and we are committed to ensure that it is one you will be proud of!
A Family Experience - Our guests "enter as strangers - leave as friends - and return as family!
Find out why our guests leave saying "Can we do this again next weekend??"
History. Art. Events.
The Gatewood Event Venues represent History. The towns history, the buildings history, our history...and your history in the making! The Gatewood Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Gatewood Event Venues represent Art. We have proudly preserved and showcase memories from the building's past. Creating a Gallery of these memories helps us share our love of our heritage. We encourage you to create your gallery of memories which will be indelibly ingrained as art inside these walls as well.
At the Historic Gatewood Building, we believe that all Events are to be treasured! We encourage you to consider more than just a space for your event...but a Gallery for your History, your Art and your Events!
125 E Main was originally the Gatewood Drug Store. We have several Prohibition Era prescriptions for medicinal whiskey on display that are from this very building! It is rumored that there was a speakeasy here during the Prohibition Era...perhaps there will be again very soon!
As we discovered even more historic memorabilia from our beautiful building, we felt it was our responsibility to protect and preserve its history and legacy.
We decided to pay homage to Mr. Gatewood by naming the building the Gatewood Building...112 years after it was built!
Stop by and view our gallery of the buildings past at The Gallery at Gatewood Event Venue! Our collection is always growing and we are always happy to share it's stories!
Prescription from our building written during the Prohibition era.
Front of Original Postcard dating 1908
Back of Postcard
July 18, 1911 train schedule for excursion to Mammoth Cave.