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Treasury on The Plaza

Treasury on The Plaza

The Treasury on the Plaza completely transforms for your wedding reception. Make sure to enter our incredible Vault Bar, which is located inside of the original 1927 bank safe. Many of the amenities shown are included in your Event Package. You can also enhance your reception experience with our incredible Hollywood Special Effects package.

You have full access to the entire venue throughout your wedding reception. Consider transforming The Exchange Gallery into a chic lounge space, a buffet area for dinner service, or a photo booth area. You can also use The Plaza Lounge and Banker’s Lounge as changing areas, or as a private escape for you and your wedding party. When the evening comes to an end, make your way through The Grand Foyer for your sparkling grand exit on the plaza steps.

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Treasury on The Plaza

24 Catheral Place #401, St. Augustine, FL 32084

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