Breath Taking, Unique, Amazing, and Always One of a Kind.

Every event is handled professionally and treated with the respect and individuality you deserve.

Grays Armory is where history never repeats.

Have your wedding at Grays Armory and start making your history by becoming a part of ours.  We can host your ceremony and reception.  Let us take care of you.

The armory has many different areas that will add character and excitement to your event. We can host parties as small as 15 to sporting events as large as 1,000 people. We have the flexibility along with the expertise to make your event a success. All of our rooms offer something for everyone and give a time honored feeling to your wedding, party, fundraiser, sales meeting, reunion or trade show.
The first time the Cleveland Orchestra performed was right here at the Armory along with Cleveland’s first Auto Show. How you use this unique space is only limited by your imagination! Weddings, Fundraisers even Cage Fights and Boxing use the beautiful maple floor of our Drill Hall. The Drill Hall was were the Grays practiced and was always to be utilized for private and public functions.

Our Club Rooms are located on the second floor and home to most of our artifacts. While the Drill Hall is a blank slate where creativity lends to it’s transformation, the Club Rooms are perfect exactly as they are. Once you enter the relaxed atmosphere of where the men that shaped Cleveland and our country would gather for happy hour, you will want the second floor to be a part of your event. Small parties, cocktail hour or just a special area for your VIP guests anyone and everyone will feel at home in the Club Rooms of Grays Armory.

Possibly the perfect blend of elegance and masculinity.  The 107th Ballroom can be used for small events, however, it is mostly used as a ceremony space for weddings.  The Burton Mess, can be used in addition to the 107th Ballroom or, more often then not, it is our Man Cave.  You would have to see it to believe it.

Drill Hall

Club Rooms - Photos Courtesy of Brent Durken

Burton Mess & 107th Ball Room