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The breathtaking views from Top of the Tower afford a truly unique setting for your wedding. With every room set up, care is given to protect these splendid views, while providing your guests, and you the elegance you desire for this once-in-a-lifetime occasion. 

The Grand Hallway

Top of the Tower Grand Hallway

The Grand Hallway extends a majestic welcome. The wedding cake often functions as the centerpiece, while your cocktail reception proceeds under the sky lit expanse of this 110 foot-long grand hall, awash with windows and spectacular views. There’s no need for conversation starters as your guests take in the splendor of the city below!

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The Vista

Top of the Tower Furness Forum

At 60 by 50 feet with no columns, this room has floor-to-ceiling windows and rich cherry wood paneling, overlooking Philadelphia to the north, west and south. Sunset wedding ceremonies are spectacular as the sun drops below the Schuylkill River and Fairmont Park making a truly elegant backdrop. Views include the Philadelphia Art Museum, Boathouse Row, 30th Street Station, Rittenhouse Square and miles of countryside beyond.

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The Observatory

Top of the Tower Storonov Room

At 56 feet by 30 feet, this is by far our most popular room for social functions, luncheons and receptions. Breathtaking views of the north and east include the majestic Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Philadelphia City Hall and the Camden Riverfront. This unique two-tiered room is perfect for your guests to enjoy a pre-ceremony beverage, or as the setting of your cocktail hour.

View The Observatory

The Trumbauer and Notman Rooms on the 51st floor

Top of the Tower Trumbauer and Notman Rooms

The views from the Trumbauer Room are west and include the Parkway and Philadelphia Art Museum. Views from the Notman Room are east and include City Hall. These rooms function as bridal suites for the wedding party and immediate family. Pictures are often taken in these rooms and on the adjacent balconies.

View The Trumbauer and Notman Rooms

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