Choose the perfect location in St. John to exchange your vows with the one you love. Our experienced wedding planners can make your dream Cinnamon Bay wedding or even Trunk Bay wedding seamless and memorable. These wedding venues in St. John are some of the most sought out wedding locations not only in the Virgin Islands but the world.
Pick the St. John wedding venue that is perfect for your ceremony. Options for your venue include beautiful sites such as on the beach or a mountain overlooking the islands during sunset. Each wedding venue opens different possibilities for the arrangements and exact location of your destination wedding!
St. John Wedding Venues Details
If you are unsure of where you should have your beach wedding, our local wedding planners and coordinators can help you find the venue you want by answering a few questions. See the wedding venue selections below to get an idea of venue options in St. John. Contact us for more information on these stunning St. John Wedding venue options.
Trunk Bay Beach
Because Trunk Bay is truthfully picturesque, it is by far the most popular beach for sunset weddings in St. John.
Laurence S. Rockefeller donated Trunk Bay to the National Park Service, almost 50 year ago. Trunk Bay is known as the most pristine beach in the Caribbean. Trunk Bay’s is home to clear, warm waters and silky coral sands.
Trunk Bay charges $4 per person entrance fee to the beach and is available from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Cinnamon Bay Beach
Cinnamon Bay Beach is known for its white sandy breathtaking beach and is considered the second best and longest beach on St. John. Cinnamon Bay Beach gets crowded by late morning by 11am. Cinnamon beach accommodations includes public restrooms, showers, two pavilions, a restaurant, just to name a few.
You can also rent kayaks, snorkeling equipment, beach umbrellas, chairs and various other items from the shop. This beach has ample parking for guests and the public for a nominal fee.
There is no entrance fee to use this beach
Hawksnest Beach is known for morning weddings because of its location on the island, it is more however it can also be used for sunset weddings.
Hawksnest offers plenty of parking, restrooms and changing rooms for the bride, groom and guests.
There is no entrance fee to use this beach.
Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins
Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins is rich with historical history. Annaberg Plantation, as of 1780, was one of 25 active sugar producing factories on St. John and was Annaberg was named after William Gottschalk’s daughter and translates to Anna’s Hill.
Today, Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins are protected by the Virgin Islands National Park and are open to the public. An awesome venue for a destination wedding in the early morning or late afternoon to avoid the many visitors.