Big Wedding on Campus: Battell Chapel at Yale University in New Haven, Conn.
Yale University’s Battell Chapel hosts a variety of faiths and doubles as Yale’s second largest auditorium. Each week, the chapel holds a service, in addition to a variety of concerts and lectures from the university throughout the year.
Battell Chapel was built between 1874 and 1876 as the university’s chapel and as a Civil War Memorial. Keeping with the war theme, the chapel’s apse is dedicated to sixteen undergraduate deacons who died in World War II. The chapel is made of sandstone and built in the High Victorian Gothic style.
People affiliated with Yale and members of the New Haven community are welcome to be married at the chapel. Your reservation will not be official until after the Facilities Coordinator has received payment, signed your application and verified your date. The payment is nonrefundable, and you are required to purchase insurance for weddings at the chapel. Cost of chapel: $500 for members of Battell congregation and Yale students, faculty, staff or eligible relations; $1,000 for all other affiliates
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