Largely Unchanged in 135 Years

The facade was perhaps our biggest discovery in the redevelopment (or excavation) process. It was largely covered by a false facade constructed over it in 1957. It was a mid century modern take on a church facade. Tastes were what they were.

The dragon tooth brick detailing is original as are the stained glass windows and large gothic window opening, forming the Trinity. The triangles on both sides with the different grout color were all that was visible when the false facade was in place. The painted area at the bottom is where the original vestibule met the building.



I have an event that I am planning! How can I arrange a tour?

Great, we'd love to show you around. Simply select the "Come See Clementine" bubble on our website to pick a date and time to visit!

A humble request to guests at Clementine Hall
If you enjoy our venue - its design, history and how we present it, we would greatly appreciate you sharing your review with others. Before doing so, please know that Clementine Hall is responsible only for the building and it's intricate systems (audio, video, lighting, etc.), we do not provide the catering, bartending, alcohol, staffing, furniture, flowers, band/DJ, event planning, valet service, etc. So we ask that you please not review those services as part of your Clementine Hall review. Many thanks and enjoy the event!
- Best, Dan and Brenda Cook