Bet You Didn’t Know You Can Hold Your Wedding at the New Main Line Parkour Obstacle Training Center 

Main Line Parkour

Main Line Parkour

Well, I’m not sure that’s a headline I thought I would ever write! But as it turns out, the recently opened Main Line Parkour center in King of Prussia is not only available for corporate outings and kids birthday parties, and the like—it’s also available for hosting weddings.




Parkour, a kind of freestyle-walking activity where you fling yourself over and around obstacles using just your own strength, has gained popularity in recent years, and the center was opened by fitness expert Toni Filipone just last month. Already, with its exact replica of NBC's American Ninja Warrior's Warped Wall, it's the largest parkour center on the East Coast.

And if you're looking for something a little different for wedding, safe to say this is not your run-of-the-mill hotel ballroom. The graffiti-covered walls are there to stay, but when it comes to the various obstacles in the center, you can leave them be for your wedding—in the layout they're already in, or in one that suits your party—stack them however you like, or move them out altogether. Or, they can be arranged to form a kind of stage for your wedding band.

Catering is done exclusively through Berwyn-based Aneu Events, wedding packages can be customized to whatever a couple needs, and the space can hold up to 200 people comfortably for a seated dinner, including a dance floor. They've already started booking engagement parties and are looking forward to hosting couples on their Big Day.

I think I speak for all of us when I say that if you hold your wedding here, we'd like to see the pictures! Inquire through their website to get more information.

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