The Concourse of Union Station is located in the heart of beautiful Erie, Pennsylvania - only blocks away from a variety of hotels, restaurants, and entertainment options. Union Station was built in 1927 as Erie's central train station. While still serviced by Amtrak trains, its role as a transport hub has taken a back seat to the use of its stunning concourse as a venue for weddings, meetings, and celebrations of any type.
The Concourse can accomodate groups of up to 300 people with the option of providing separate rooms for bar and buffet services. Due to the unique architecture and natural beauty of the building, minimal decorations are typically needed. Special pricing is available for non-profit, community service, and educational organizations upon request. Off site catering services are available as well.
In addition to the historic Concourse at Union Station, we currently host events at three additional venues: Saint James Place on Buffalo Road, the South Shore Wine Company's Vintage Room in North East, and at the Quality Inn & Suites on Perry Highway. Each of these can be seen in the Venue section of our website. If you have any inquiries, please contact Marty Pituch using the Contact area of our site.