For your wedding day, return to a time forgotten by marrying in the beautifully-restored historic chapel at Williamsburg. The early 19th century chapel sits on a meandering drive on quiet, serene grounds. Gracing the centre of the country setting, surrounded by a pond and gardens, it is a magically simplistic, yet charming setting, for your wedding day. The chapel’s quaint brick exterior is paralleled by a warm, elegant interior accented by the beauty of stained glass windows and solid wood walls and floors. A winding bridge runs from the chapel entrance to the Promontory Point featuring handmade botanical-themed iron railings. Also, just outside the entrance to the chapel, you will find a stamped concrete patio and pergola – created out of ornate repurposed black iron pillars topped with white oak. Located on Fischer-Hallman Road, the grounds have become well-known for their attractive natural setting, tranquil pond and natural wetlands. Because of this, the chapel has become an increasingly popular location for wedding ceremonies. The site’s scenic grounds provide a picture perfect backdrop for wedding photographs after the ceremony. Learn more about our location by visiting www.kitchenercemeteries.ca/weddings, or call 519-741-2880.