Daes Chapel Clarkesville, Georgia

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The history of the Daes Chapel, pronounced "Days", dates back to the 1850's. The Chapel was built in the 1880's and was a staple of the African American Community in Clarkesville, GA, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building was relocated to North Washington St. in Downtown Clarkesville, located between The Square and Pitts Park.
Daes Chapel was restored and re-purposed in 2014 and is now being offered as an Event Venue and Meeting Hall.

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Contact Info

1547 North Washington Street • Clarkesville, GA • 30523

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Venue Details

Capacity (Seated / Cocktail): 100 / 100

Usually Can seat between 75-100

Max Number of Simultaneous Events: 100

Outside Catering Permitted (BYO): Yes

Venue Type/Style: Historical Building

On-Site Cuisine Options: Use Your Own Caterer


Budget Tier: $

Minimim price for 100 guests: $ 100

Venue Features

  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Bridal Room
  • Onsite Ceremony
  • Open Sunday
  • Outdoor Ceremony
  • Outdoor Reception
  • Outside Catering Permitted
  • Parking Lot
  • Tables and Chairs
  • Wheelchair