The oldest wedding chapel in Las Vegas (it’s been here since 1940; ah, Vegas, and its mixed-up view of age) it’s the one at the very end of the Strip, right before Downtown (and thus close to the license bureau). It was originally built as a house in 1925 for a local minister, but marriage bureau officials kept sending couples there to get married, and they eventually just gave up and turned it into a chapel. The decor is entirely fresh, and while that means gold-satin-patterned wallpaper in the chapel, we like it a great deal. Just the right balance between kitsch and classic, and that’s what you want in a Vegas wedding chapel. Plus, if there were a competition for the friendliest chapel in town, this one would win hands down.
Las Vegas› Attraction
Wee Kirk O’ the Heather
231 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Our Rating Neighborhood Btw. Bridger and Carson aves. Hours Daily 10am–8pm Phone 800/843-5266 or 702/382-9830 Web site Wee Kirk O’ the Heather
Map231 Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Vegas
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