Make your event unforgettable at Ralph Connor House National Historic Site.

Ralph Connor House, located in Armstrong’s Point in Winnipeg, Manitoba, was built in 1914 by Reverend Charles Gordon, who was one of Canada’s best-known authors. He wrote under the pen name of Ralph Connor.

With a historic site designation by all three levels of government, hosting your wedding or other special function at Ralph Connor House will make it a unique event to remember. The mansion’s architectural detailing and rich hardwood panelling remain in their original state, and many of the circa 1900 furnishings originate with the house.

From intimate dining to business gatherings or a full reception for up to 100 persons, you won’t find a more beautiful and distinctive setting. It’s a perfect venue for educational and community gatherings, seminars and programs. We’re also proud to be the setting of many film and theatre productions.

For more information or to book a meeting space, contact Althea via email.

 “The Ralph Connor House is the perfect venue for the dreamy, intimate wedding I’ve always wanted. The house is absolutely stunning, and the staff went above and beyond in helping us make our big day extra magical for us.

– Myra & Chris Hutcheon

 “Planning a wedding in 2020 was not anything anyone anticipated, but the team at UWC went above and beyond to ensure our guests would feel safe the entire day but would also still enjoy our wedding. This beautiful and sophisticated space was a perfect venue to host our intimate ceremony.

– Kayla & Michael Zaloba