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DescriptionDesigned by architect Scott Merrill, The Seaside Chapel has served as an architectural landmark in the Seaside community for almost 20 years. The 68-foot bell tower marks the highest point in Seaside and serves as a beacon of spiritual unity throughout the community. The Interfaith Chapel's primary purpose will always be to create a place of worship within Seaside. But, over the years it has become a highly sought after venue for destination weddings. Identified as one of the South’s Most Beautiful Chapels by Southern Living Magazine, the simple sophistication of the Chapel’s interior makes the perfect backdrop for timeless memories. The chapel was awarded South Walton’s Best Wedding Venue, Diamond Level for 2017 and 2018 and also remains the only option on 30-A for a traditional church ceremony. The Seaside Interfaith Chapel was also accepted into the permanent Historic American Building Survey archive in the United States Library of Congress September 2018.
The Chapel at Seaside has become a highly sought-after venue for destination weddings. And, why not? There is something special about being married at Seaside.
The Chapel at Seaside welcomes individuals, event planners, or lodging providers who have an interest in leasing this stellar space for weddings, events and special occasions.
Guests may reserve the Chapel based on availability. Contact Homeowner's Collection to inquire about The Seaside Chapel at 1-855-411-1557.
- Wedding Venue Type(s): Chapel/Hall, Indoor Space, Venue with Accommodations
- Wedding Venue Accommodates: 180
Address658 Forest Street Seaside FL, 32459
Seaside greets travelers with a warm welcome – and you’ll recognize it as soon as you see it. Perfectly pastel houses, white picket fences and manicured lawns look like they’re straight out of a movie. (And, in fact, they are – The Truman Show was filmed here.)
Stroll or bike your way between restaurants, art galleries and boutique shops, or connect with family and friends at the central square.