Gatekeeper's Museum wedding pictures of a couple standing on the North Lake Tahoe shoreline having their sunset photos taken before nightfall. Gatekeeper's Museum is a wedding venue located along the shore of North Lake Tahoe in the charming high Sierra mountain town of Tahoe City, California. This venue is located right next to Lake Dam where the water rushes out to form the Truckee River. This location is an all outdoor event center that host weddings from May through October. The area in which all your events will take place at is just behind the museum in a big open area next to the forest and wooded shoreline. This North Tahoe is one of only a handful locations that are located right on the waters edge. With that in mind this is one of the many reasons this site is such a highly popular location for newly engaged couples to get married at. The venue has no getting ready area, but does come with a staging area inside the museum for the bride to keep hidden in. The ceremony location is right next to the lake and surrounded by a tall pine tree forest. This site give you some amazing views of North Lake Tahoe and the surrounding mountains. Again this is one of the main factors couples pick Gatekeeper's to host their ceremony and reception at. After walking back down the aisle you’ll be able to enjoy your cocktail hour and reception next to the museum in the open area. Some cocktail hours even take place where your ceremony took place after the chairs are moved to all the dinner tables. During this time you’ll be able to take advantage of the views to have your formal family portraits taken along with your couple photos too. There are many spots to have your wedding photos taken around the grounds. You have the lake shore to pick from, the forest and many other locations in the surrounding area.
Location: 130 W Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, CA 96145.