Walton Centre was established In 2005 at the historic Walton Bros. Palace of Trade building in downtown Fairbury. Walton Centre is no ordinary venue. It features beautiful architecture with arc’s, a Cinderella staircase, original woodwork, a large dance ﬂoor, and private bar area. With all these features, it makes a wonderful place for weddings receptions or any other event. Schedule your tour today by calling 815-692 2616.
Types of Events the Walton Centre Serves:
• Banquets • Christmas Parties • Weddings • Receptions • Showers
• Business Seminars • Anniversaries • Birthdays • Quinceañeras
• Large Dance Floor
• Private – (no else in the building but your party)
• Privately own and operated
• Cinderella Staircase (great for pictures that everyone will talk about)
• Unique architecture with arch’s
• Natural woodwork
• Choose your own catering
• Up to 450 guest
Can I use any Caterer?
You can choose your own caterer. If you use Bernardis catering, you can receive up to a $100 discount. We receive nothing
but compliments about the food and service from those that use them. You can check out their menu and pricing on the Bernardi’s website (http://bernardirestaurants.com/media/Walton-Center-Menu1.pdf). Their pricing includes all table linen and skirting with table settings including china, glasses, silverware, linen napkins, and cleanup.
Can we decorate the day before?
Yes, you can! To reserve the Friday before is $500. You can wait and if we aren’t booked on the Friday before and it is $100.
Is there an extra cost for doing the wedding ceremony at the Walton Centre?
There is no extra charge, your rental fee is for the entire day. About half the people that have their reception here also do their ceremony here.
Saturday Rental is $2200. Friday and Sunday’s rental is $1900.
The Walton brothers came to Fairbury in the late 1800’s and started their business career with a small grocery store. Their hard work and good ideas soon blossomed into the first brick Walton Brothers building. They prospered there until it, unfortunately, burned to the ground. They quickly rebuilt and had continued success until yet another fire destroyed almost all of the second building (pictured to the left). Learning their lesson, the third and final building was one of the first in Illinois with a sprinkler system. Its beautiful woodwork adds tremendous character to the interior and creates the perfect setting for almost any occasion.